Moss Garden - Sanzen-in temple in Ohara, Kyoto, Japan
Saihoji, more commonly known as Kokedera, is one of Kyoto's Unesco World Heritage Sites. Kokedera means Moss Temple, referring to the temple garden's estimated 120 different varieties of moss. Kokedera was originally the site of Prince Shotoku's villa before becoming a temple in the Nara Period. In 1339, the temple was renovated and converted into a Zen temple under the priest Muso Soseki. Muso is also credited with creating Kokedera's gardens.
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