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To the south of the hojo at Kenninji Temple there is a dry or karesansui garden named "Daioen" which means grand garden. It is said that the pattern of white gravel symbolizes a field of clouds. This effect is helped by the waves and ripples in the gravel which give this effect.
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To the south of the hojo at Kenninji Temple there is a dry or karesansui garden named "Daioen" which means grand garden. It is said that the pattern of white gravel symbolizes a field of clouds.  This effect is helped by the waves and ripples in the gravel which give this effect.