Tuesday, December 19, 2006

A path to a teahouse

Daitokuji Temple, Kyoto sightseeing
This is a path to a teahouse. The distance between stepping stones is rather narrow. It is too dense for one step. Why are they put so dense? Because people walk on the stones slowly and enjoy seeing the garden fully. The dense stepping stones is a device for appreciating the garden.
Location by Google Map

4 Comments:

At 12/20/2006 9:02 PM, Blogger Mimmu said...

You know these thoughts in everything, but are they taught by schoolteachers or at homes by parents or in university teachers ?
Thank you for these posts!

 
At 12/20/2006 10:36 PM, Blogger tr3nta said...

beautifull photo... precious info...
I just like the way of think of japanese culture...
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At 12/22/2006 5:05 AM, Blogger Ioanna said...

Very beautiful photo! Dreamy place, peaceful, calm, your photo make me smile!

 
At 12/22/2006 7:40 PM, Blogger macky said...

mimmu, tr3nta and ioanna
Thanks for the comments!!

mimmu:Umm, unfortunately, I can be taught only by books and the teachers or parents don't teach me about that although I was majoring in Japanese architecture in Uni... Anyway, I love reading books about Japanese culture and would like to know our culture more.
tr3nta: Raquel's blog about Japanese culture is excellent and you can read it easily since it is written in Spanish.
http://culturajaponesa.blogspot.com/
ioanna: Oh, what a nice compliment! Thank you again.

 

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