Oriental garden

The Japanese garden, of an extraordinary effect, comes out of the study of history, art, philosophy, religion and the aesthetic sense of the eastern world. The sensible difference from the western world is in the attitude and in the way they place themselves in respect to nature: oriental people feel as if they are an integral part, the natural and human elements are on the same level; it is not by chance that the nature cult constitutes the basis itself for Shintoism, the indigenous religion of Japan.
The sensitivity of the Japanese man and above all the cultured man, before the natural scenery is able to grasp the profound lyricism and recognize some locations that can be codified as paintings of spontaneous beauty.

Nella vita bisogna fare tre cose: fare un figlio, scrivere un libro, piantare un albero. Detto zen