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The design should be kept quite simple and uncluttered, focusing on outline, shape and contrasting textures, the use of plants is restrained, resulting in a garden that satisfies the senses but requires minimum aftercare or maintenance.  Creating Focal Points Features like rocks and stones have an important role in many Japanese gardens. They can be set in an area covered with fine pebbles, which are an ideal labour-saving ground cover. When wet, they change colour and catch the light beautifully.  Pick some special stones of varying size, colour and character, and arrange asymmetrically in one or two areas in uneven numbers. Traditionally, the pebbles are raked into variations of parallel lines and snaking spirals centralised on the main rock features. Gravel can be substituted for pebbles as a cheaper option. You can inset a walkway of large paving slabs or sawn tree-trunk pieces in the gravel.  Minimalist Planting Methods In an authentic Japanese stone garden, the only plants might be mounds of green moss providing a softening contrast with the stones and rocks, but other types of Japanese-inspired garden include a few more plants, chosen for their interesting form or grace. These can be planted in between the pebbles or in large containers. Mosses thrive in moist conditions out of direct sun, but if they cannot be encouraged to grow, try moss like plants as an alternative, such as Sagina Subulata, S. Procumbens, or, in mild areas, the ground-hugging carpeter Soleirolia Soleirii.   Water Feature Water, the essence of life, should always be present in a real Japanese garden, normally it would be fresh running water, but for the low maintenance approach even a simple bowl filled with water would be calming in a garden and offers birds the opportunity to drink. A japanese artbubble fountain washing over pebbles or a running stream effect would be an ideal feature.  Traditional Japanese Ornaments In far eastern philosophy, the traditional garden features have their own significance within the strict rules and special meanings of the garden design. Bamboo wind chimes create soothing sounds, while a rounded lantern and a linear bridge are pretty, and useful for introducing contrasting shapes. You could introduce different ornaments to suit your own taste and garden size.   Try some of the low maintenance tips above and see if you can create your own slice of Japan, but without giving up your free time! Author’s Resource BoxIf you thought that was a great article just wait until you see GardeningYear.com Its jam packed with great gardening guides and ideas. Are you still reading this? why are you not over there yet??? 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Plus the faster you can master the hiragana and katakana (two standard syllabaries that are used in the Japanese writing system), the faster you’ll be able to grasp the reading and writing in the textbooks and hence jump start your learning.   Choosing a city depends on whether you’re a city or a country person, or a bit of both. For those of you who enjoy the city and country life, Okazaki is the perfect city for you to learn Japanese fluently and experience Japan.  Okazaki is located in the eastern part of the Aichi Prefecture (district) in cenrshttp://whitestone.hk/



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