In Japan, gardens are seen as their own work of art, inspired by nature, philosophy and life itself. Japanese people avoid using anything fake or artificial in their gardens, and instead rely on the beauty of nature to create ancient, faraway landscapes that remind their visitors of the fragility of life and the unstoppable nature of time. So how do they create such magical spaces, and where do their ideas come from?

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