The Japanese garden
The Japanese garden differs greatly from our usual green spaces both in terms of furnishings and in terms of cultivation, but once set up it is of considerable beauty. It is a space suitable for meditation, contemplation, recreation and aesthetic pleasure. Peace and harmony must be the main elements of the place. The Japanese set up this garden by adopting perfect care techniques as if they were preparing a room. It is a garden where symbolism reigns supreme and where any element means something concrete, an exact principle, a profound meaning. It is a very special garden where there is not a normal turf but a mantle of moss outlined by small mounds and it is a categorically green place all year round where the blooms occur only in spring. It is a place to rediscover happiness and well-being and is absolutely minimalist because it is made up of very few essential elements that are used to find simplicity.