This garden was made following contact between Japan and China's Sung Dynasty in the fifteenth century. The garden centers on the pond of Sogen-chi and uses the principle of 'borrowed landscape' (shakkei) to draw upon the wider landscape. It has waterfalls and significant Chinese-inspired rock arrangements. They are more 'raised' (upward thrusting) than the placid stones of Saihoji. The design is attributed to Muso Soseki.
Saga Tenryuji, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan