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The garden of Saihō-ji is acclaimed by many as Kyoto's most beautiful garden and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. It is especially famous for its moss garden, for which reason it is also commonly known as Moss temple or Koke-dera (苔寺).

In 1339, the famous Zen monk Musō Soseki became the head priest of the temple and remodeled the garden. For him, creating gardens was p
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Published October 25th 2012 by Real Japanese Gardens
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