Recommending Zen: Bowdoin’s Japanese Garden Website Gets a Plug (International Business Times)

A feature about KaresansuiJapanese rock, or Zen, gardens – appears in the the Travel section of the International Business Times. At the end comes the recommendation that readers visit the Bowdoin College website about Japanese gardens, noting that the site helps you “get a feel for the design of Japanese gardens in general.” Professor of Art History Emeritus Clifton Olds oversaw creation of the interactive site, which lets you view gardens from various perspectives.

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  1. Shirley Stenberg

    Thank you for your article about the Japanese garden. I am hoping to send it to my friend in Japan who is the Curator of the Maranuma Art Park right outside of Tokyo. As a result of her trips to Maine, her husband has planted three hundred blueberry bushes. Thanks again.

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