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Lit. flowing water style of pond and stream.
A type of water feature in a garden that includes a curving water course. The word nagare —¬, the alternate reading of —¬ ryuu (flow), is often used to describe the serpentine streams in Japanese gardens of all periods and styles. For instance, the 11c garden manual *SAKUTEIKI ì’ë‹L, described the curving stream in shinden style gardens *shinden-zukuri teien Q“a‘¢’뉀, as resembling the track left by a crawling serpent.
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* chisen kaiyuushiki teien ’rò‰ñ—VŽ®’뉀, *chisen kanshoushiki teien ’ròŠÏÜŽ®’뉀, *chisen shuuyuushiki teien ’ròM—VŽ®’뉀
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