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Lit. early style dry landscape. The Heian period arrangement of stones in areas with neither a pond nor stream. The 11c garden manual *SAKUTEIKI ì’ë‹L, uses the term *karesansui ŒÍŽR… for these rock arrangements in shinden style gardens *shinden-zukuri teien Q“a‘¢’뉀. Many of the types of stones and stone groupings, such as the dry waterfall *karetaki ŒÍ‘ê, tortoise stone kame-ishi ‹TÎ, and Penglai stone *houraiseki –H—‰Î, associated with later style dry gardens *koukishiki karesansui ŒãŠúŽ®ŒÍŽR…, were used in the Heian period. The pond garden at Moutsuji –щzŽ› in Iwate prefecture and at Saihouji ¼–FŽ› in Kyoto, give some sense of early stone arrangements.
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