Colored carps  Japanese Koi  in the pond of Tenju-an garden, Kyoto, Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photographs of

Tenju-an Zen Garden

Tenju-an is another sub-temple of Nanzen-ji Buddhist complex. It was founded in the late 14th century by Kokan Shiren in honor of Priest Fumon, the founder of Nanzen-ji.

Photographs by Frantisek Staud


 Tenju-an Temple and Zen garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Tenju-an Temple and Zen garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Tenju-an Temple and Zen garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Colored carps  Japanese Koi  in the pond of Tenju-an garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Colored carps  Japanese Koi  in the pond of Tenju-an garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Colored carps  Japanese Koi  in the pond of Tenju-an garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Detail Tenju-an Zen garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Detail Tenju-an Zen garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Tenju-an Temple and Zen garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Tenju-an Temple with neighboring Zen garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Stepping stones across a pond of Tenju-an garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Bamboo grove in the garden of Tenju-an Temple, Kyoto, Japan
 Japanese Koi  colored carps  floating in the pond of Tenju-an Temple, Kyoto, Japan
 Colored carps  Japanese Koi  in the pond of Tenju-an garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Streaks of colored carps  Japanese Koi  in the pond of Tenju-an garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Japanese Koi  colored carps  swimming in the pond of Tenju-an garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Colored carps  Japanese Koi  in the pond of Tenju-an garden, Kyoto, Japan
 Colored carps  Japanese Koi  in the pond of Tenju-an Temple, Kyoto, Japan

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