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Tome Ishi is a stone is wrapped in rope and placed in a path or in front of a gate. They're sometimes called "stop stones" sekimori-ishi indicating that entry is forbidden. They are commonly found at temples, tea houses or traditional Japanese gardens.
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Tome Ishi is a stone is wrapped in rope and placed in a path or in front of a gate. They're sometimes called "stop stones" sekimori-ishi indicating that entry is forbidden. They are commonly found at temples,  tea houses or traditional Japanese gardens.