Сады по-японски.

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    Любая эстетическая система в своей полноте герметична. И западные не менее, чем восточные.
    "Но Запада нет и Востока нет, нет наций, родов и преград " если суть не замыкается в семантике, семиотике, технике и т.д.
     
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    Статья о садовниках эпохи Эдо с иллюстрациями и наставлениями, которые хранятся в Национальной библиотеке Японии.

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    Above: Kōchōrō Toyokuni, & Iyōsai Toyokuni. Kameidō Fuji no Kei [Kameidō Wisteria Scene] from the Toyokuni Kuniyoshi Azuma Nishiki-e. Woodblock prints. National Diet Library Digital Collection.
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    Above: Kano Shigeyoshi. Sōmoku-shasei; Haru. [Botanical Illustrations: Spring (Scroll 1)] (detail). 17th Century. National Diet Library Digital Collection. This botanical illustration, from a scroll of spring flower drawings by Kano Shigeyoshi, depicts the camellia, the flower that is thought to have launched the Edo Period gardening craze.
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    Above: Kano Shigeyoshi. Sōmoku-shasei; Aki. [Botanical Illustrations: Autumn. Scroll 2] (detail). 17th Century. National Diet Library Digital Collection. The asagao (morning glory) was a favourite with Edo gardeners, and the subject of much selective breeding
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    Above: Kanga Sanjin. Kara-tachibana Hinrui Kō, Vol.2.(Part 1). 1797. National Diet Library Digital Collection. This illustrated reference work investigates the kara-tachibana (Ardisia crispa).
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    Above: Mizuno Tadanori, & Sekine Untei. Ko-omoto Nayose [Sacred Lily Identification]. 1833. National Diet Library Digital Collection. An illustrated guide to the identification of sacred lily (Rhodea japonica) varieties.
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    Commoners enjoyed visiting plant nurseries and gardens. Left: Hiroshige. Tōto Sanjūrokkei: Mukōshima Hanayashiki Nanakusa [Seven Herbs of Autumn at Mukōshima Gardens; from Thirty-six Views of the Eastern Capital]. c.1861. Woodblock Print. National Diet Library Digital Collection. Right: Risshō. Sanjūrokkasen. Tōto Irie Asagao [Morning Glories at Iriya in the Eastern Capital from Thirty-six Selected Flowers]. c. 1866. Woodblock Print. National Diet Library Digital Collection.
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    Cherry blossom viewing became popular in Edo from around the 1660s. Above: Keisai Eisen. Hanami-gaeri Sumida no Watashi [Returning across the Sumida River after Cherry Blossom Viewing]. Woodblock Print. National Diet Library Digital Collection.
     
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