Jardín Yūzen, diseñado en 1954 en homenaje al artesano del periodo Edo Miyazaki Yūzen, inventor de la técnica homónima de teñido de telas. Se encuentra en Chion'in (知恩院), sede central de la secta de la Tierra Pura (浄土宗; Jōdoshū). La escultura de bronze representa al bodhisattva Kannon (sánscrito: Avalokiteśvara) y fue producida por Takamura Kōun.
Yūzen Garden, designed in 1954 as a hommage to Edo period artisan Miyazaki Yūzen, inventor of the eponymous dying technique. It is located in Chion'in (知恩院), headquarters of the Pure Land Sect (浄土宗; Jōdoshū). The bronze statue represents Kannon bodhisattva (sanskrit: Avalokiteśvara) and was created by Takamura Kōun.
Fin Garden located in Kashan, Iran is a historical Persian garden that contains Kashan’s Fin bath. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The place have a lot of great water features and tall cypress trees, not forgetting the various detailed ceiling designs.
Just immerse in the beauty of this garden and forget about your tiring journey of 10 hours flight + 5 hours road journey to reach here 🌿🍃 check out Pic6 where I was in the bath house, looking tired. It was obvious because almost 24hours no rest and shower LOL