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Traditional architecture as a source of inspiration
Pagoda buildings, Tō (塔) in Japanese, originated in ancient India from where the phenomenon spread throughout different parts of Asia. Today the Pagoda is synonymous with traditional Chinese architecture and it also became a staple of the Japanese culture as well. The high Pagodas symbolize the sacred mountains of legends and folklore. The top floor of a Pagoda was usually the place where valuable treasures, jewels and artifacts were safely stored.
Centuries ago, the pagoda's architecture served as a blueprint for the creation of stone garden ornaments in Japan. The stone Pagodas, known as Sekitō (石塔) in Japanese, were a perfect addition to the traditional Japanese garden because of the symbolism and their unique presence. A stone Pagoda can add a one-of-a-kind essence to a Japanese garden like no other garden ornament can.
The most authentic Japanese stone pagodas for sale
Our Japanese garden center is unique outside of Japan and we would be happy to invite you for a visit! We have a wide range of original Japanese ornaments, rocks, decorations, plants and trees in our collection. Yokoso Japanese Gardens is the perfect place to find the ideal authentic Japanese pagoda for your Japanese garden. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or if you want to make an appointment.
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Please be advised that Yokoso Japanese Gardens can also assist in the search for, purchase or lease of authentic Japanese stone pagodas and other ornaments for you. Products that you won't be able to find on our website can, most likely, be ordered. Please use our contact form. Provide a clear description of the desired product and a reference to a picture on the internet and we will try to find the product for you.
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