The pagoda of Seigantoji and Nachi no Taki Waterfall, Japan |

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Vector Art : Chinese traditional buildings

Stock vector of Chinese Traditional Buildings. Vector Art by yangzai from the collection iStock. Get affordable Vector Art at Thinkstock.

Japanese Tenugui Towel Cotton Fabric, Kyoto, Full Moon, Twilight, Temple Pagoda Design, Hand Dyed Fabric, Art Wall Fabric, Home Decor, JapanLovelyCrafts

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Buddhist Pagoda in the Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California.

I wish I could have seen this when I was in San Francisco. Hopefully I'll see it when I go back there this summer Buddhist Pagoda, Japanese Tea Garden, San Francisco, California

Japan. We love travel, and others cultures are always a great inspiration. Every culture has beautiful buildings, gardens, celebrations...to be loved.

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(Contrast) The orange and light blue parts of the temple create a contrast between the cool colors and warm colors, plus these colors are complementary.

pagodas in japan | Japanese Pagoda at the Four Seasons Resort Lana'i, The Lodge at Koele

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Kiyomizu-dera Temple, ancient three-story Japanese pagoda - ©Jaylie Wong www.flickr.com/photos/jayliewong/8261344710/

Kiyomizu-dera Temple, ancient three-story Japanese pagoda - ©Jaylie Wong www.flickr.com/photos/jayliewong/8261344710/

The Japanese Tea Garden in Brackenridge Park offers a serene escape with walkways, stone-arch bridges, an island, a Japanese pagoda and ponds brimming with colorful koi. Photo Credit: Roxana M.

San Antonio TX - The Japanese Tea Garden in Brackenridge Park offers a serene escape with walkways, stone-arch bridges, an island, a Japanese pagoda and ponds brimming with colorful koi. Photo Credit: Roxana M.

Pagoda-JapanThe pagodas in Burma, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia are very different from Chinese and Japanese pagodas. Pagodas in those countries are derived from Nepali stupas, and are commonly built with cement, concrete and bricks.

Pagoda-JapanThe pagodas in Burma, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia are very different from Chinese and Japanese pagodas. Pagodas in those countries are derived from Nepali stupas, and are commonly built with cement, concrete and bricks.

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