Garden Bridge Decor

Japanese traditinal products used as decorating metal for bridges.
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many fish are swimming in the water near some rocks and trees with blossoming cherry blossoms
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a red bridge surrounded by green trees and bushes
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an old wooden porch with metal railings and wood slats on the front steps
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two shiny gold salt and pepper shakers on a white background
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Giboshi : Japanese traditional bridge decoration
a wooden bridge in the middle of a garden
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a red bridge that has lights on at the top and trees in the back ground
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Japanese traditional garden bridge
many fish are swimming in the water near some rocks and trees with blossoming cherry blossoms
Asakusa, Tokyo
Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan
a wooden bridge over a small pond surrounded by greenery
enchanted bridge
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the stairs are made of wood and have metal railings
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Giboshi is Japanese traditional decoration for bridge of Japanese garden or temple.
a red bridge surrounded by green trees and bushes
2012-05-10
Kyoto, Japan: photo by 92san
people walking on a bridge over a body of water
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Do you find out Giboshi? Giboshi are traditionally used to decorate handrails of shrines, temples, and Japanee traditional bridges.
a red wooden bench sitting next to a rock and grass covered garden with rocks on the ground
How To Make The Garden Bridge
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