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Guillaume Fulchiron

Garden of Palate Saint Pierre, Garden of My Childhood

Yasuhiro Fujimoto

Sekizoji-Temple

Tanba City, Hyogo, Japan

June 20, 2006 - 02:07 UTC (11:07 JST)

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© 2006 Yasuhiro Fujimoto, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

There is a Japanese garden that was designed by Mirei Shigemori in Sekizoji-Temple. This garden was built in 1971.
This garden is receiving valuation high as a rock garden that is mentioned specially in the Japanese garden history.
This garden is known as a garden of "shishinsouou" and is divided in the each direction and is showing Seiryuu(dragon) -EAST, Suzaku(phoenix) -SOUTH, Byakko(tiger) -WEST and Genbu(turtle) -NORTH.

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Location

Asia / Japan

Lat: 35° 14' 24.73" N
Long: 135° 7' 11.12" E

Elevation: 98m

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Equipment

Hardware: Fuji S3Pro, Nikkor 10.5mm, Manfrotto/Bogen 303SPH, MDeVe aluminum video tripod.
Software: Kekus Digital PTMac and Click Here Design CubicConverter.
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