Outlook into Zen garden from Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple) in Kyoto, Japan

 

Photographs of

Jizo-in Zen Garden

Founded in the 14th century by Muso Kokushi, Jizo-in is a Zen temple commonly known as the Bamboo Temple. The garden was designed by Sokyo Zenji (1291-1374) and shows 16 disciples of Buddha.

Photographs by Frantisek Staud


 Zen garden of Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple) in Kyoto, Japan
 Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple) in Kyoto, Japan
 Zen garden of Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple) in Kyoto, Japan
 Bamboo grove in Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple), Kyoto, Japan
 Entrance gate into Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple), Kyoto, Japan
 Bamboo grove in Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple), Kyoto, Japan
 Buddhist paraphernalia for meditation in Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple) in Kyoto, Japan
 Painted door of Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple) in Kyoto, Japan
 Folding screen with calligraphy in Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple), Kyoto, Japan
 Bamboo grove in Jizo-in Temple, Kyoto, Japan
 Interior of Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple) in Kyoto, Japan
 Entrance gate to Jizo-in Temple (Bamboo Temple) in Kyoto, Japan

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