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This video, titled "Ryoan-ji Temple - Kyoto - 龍安寺," was released by "TokyoStreetView - Japan The Beautiful."

If you're interested in Japanese Zen gardens, we highly recommend visiting Ryoan-ji Temple in Kyoto.
Ryoan-ji Temple has a Japanese garden with 15 stones and is a national historic site and a special place of scenic beauty.
The beautiful stone garden is also known as the "tiger cub crossing" (虎の子渡しの庭) because the stones represent tigers and the sand represents a river crossing.
It is said that the garden at Ryoan-ji represents the deep philosophy of Zen, as not all of the stones can be seen when looking at the garden from a single location.

In addition to the stone garden, you should also visit the tsukubai and Kyoyo Chi Pond, which offers a spectacular view of the garden.

Japan's Most Iconic Zen Garden at Ryoan-ji Is a Charming Landscape of 15 Stones Arranged in a Quaint Setting... Is It True That You Can't See All the Stones in the Garden From One Place?
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