stone lantern

stone lantern

An outdoor lantern, usually Japanese, used as a permanent garden ornament.
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Photo: Transformed garden features an island deck (at left), a multilevel deck next to house, a rocklined stream bed accented with boulders, a stone lantern by the walnut tree, and a gravel path behind berm.
LOOK East for inspiration and turn part of the garden into a Japanese-style feature with non-invasive yellow or black--stemmed bamboo, an oriental stone lantern and pebblestrewn gravel.
On Sunday, April 1, we will light the historic Japanese Stone Lantern on the Tidal Basin to celebrate its 350th birthday party," said Akiko Keene, Japanese relations director for NCSS.
Add an Oriental stone lantern to illuminate the garden at night.
The princess representing the Japanese Embassy will light a traditional stone lantern to officially start the festival.
The ceremony will include the lighting of the traditional stone lantern on the tidal basin.
Aim to exploit the reflective qualities of the water by positioning an artefact such as a stone lantern close to the water's edge.
Following the garden paths of the three remaining Imperial Gardens in Kyoto, they inform in their garden e-books about the history and meaning of the ishidoro - the Japanese term for stone lantern.
Work is to start in the spring and traditional Japanese features such as a gravel pond and waterfall, stone lantern and plants are planned.
Traditional Japanese features such as a gravel pond and a waterfall, where water is simulated by gravel, a stone lantern and plants are being designed.
With its delicate, traceried stone lantern, it is one of northern England's most attractive ecclesiastical structures, holding its own against the bigger bulk of the Royal Liver Building towersp OUR Lady and St Nicholas church will commemorate Trafalgar Day on Friday, October 21, with a special service at 12.