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Crossing the stream
The stone garden bridge, Niwa Ishibashi (庭石橋) in Japanese, became one of the most significant parts of the traditional Japanese garden during the Heian period (794-1185). The philosophy behind the garden bridge is that is symbolizes the crossing between the mortal world and the afterlife. It allows one to rid oneself of worldly burdens and experience inner piece, purity and becoming one with nature.

The most authentic Japanese stone garden bridges for sale
Our Japanese garden center is unique outside of Japan and we would be happy to invite you for a visit! We have a wide range of original Japanese ornaments, rocks, bridges, decorations, plants and trees in our collection. Yokoso Japanese Gardens is the perfect place to find the ideal authentic Japanese stone bridge for your Japanese garden. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or if you want to make an appointment.

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Please be advised that Yokoso Japanese Gardens can also assist in the search for, purchase or lease of authentic Japanese bridges and ornaments for you. Products that you won't be able to find on our website can, most likely, be ordered. Please use our contact form. Provide a clear description of the desired product and a reference to a picture on the internet and we will try to find the product for you.

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Ornaments & Decoration

Japanese Stone Lantern
Stone Lanterns

Stone lanterns, Ishidōrō (石灯籠) in Japanese, are without a doubt the most characteristic part of the traditional Japanese garden. The phenomenon...

Japanese Stone Pagoda
Japanese Pagodas

Pagoda buildings, Tō (塔) in Japanese, originated in ancient India from where the phenomenon spread throughout different parts of Asia...

Japanese Stepping Stone
Stepping Stones

Stepping stones, Fumi-ishi (踏み石) in Japanese, have a very intriguing psychological background. Opposite from regular garden paths...

Japanese Rocks & Stones
Rocks & Stones

The selection and placement of rocks is traditionally the most important part in building a Japanese garden. In the first known manual...

 


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