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Ryogin-an Eastern garden is the "Garden of the Inseparable". This garden uses purple gravel that is not common for zen gardens, an indicator of the modernity of its of its design. Ryogin-an gardens were designed by Shigemori Mirei the renowned landscape architect and garden designer who designed other gardens at Tofukuji, as well as other venues in Kyoto and Japan.
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Ryogin-an Eastern garden is the "Garden of the Inseparable".  This garden uses purple gravel that is not common for zen gardens, an indicator of the modernity of its of its design.  Ryogin-an gardens were designed by Shigemori Mirei the renowned landscape architect and garden designer who designed other gardens at Tofukuji, as well as other venues in Kyoto and Japan.