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Lit. distant mountain stone. The stone in an arrangement placed above or behind artificial mountains *tsukiyama ’zŽR and stone constructions for garden waterfall *takigumi-ishi ‘ê‘gÎ in order to suggest deep space in gardens. Enzanseki are found in Japanese gardens since the Kamakura period and reflect the values associated with Chinese Northern Sung landscape style gardens *hokusou sansuigashiki teien –k‘vŽR…‰æŽ®’뉀. Typically a tall standing stone or a triangular stone is used and they are frequently accompanied by smaller stones.
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