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10 Japanese-style Gardens

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Hill Gardens

A tsukiyama, or hill garden, typically replicates a famous landscape and contains an artificial hill. These gardens and their man-made hills vary in size and feature elements common in various types of Japanese gardens, such as rocks, trees, flowers and ponds. Hill gardens became very popular during the Edo period of Japanese history from 1615 to 1868.

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