The Japanese garden is truly a work of art. It evokes tranquility, order, and beauty like no other. Most of us would love to have a Japanese garden retreat in our backyard, but that is easier said than done. Nevertheless, you could have the next best thing. Japanese garden accessories can be easily added around your home such as these items.
Bonsai Plants Artificial Ornaments
Perhaps one of the most closely associated elements with a Japanese garden is the Bosai. This iconic plant is so endemic to Japanese culture. But you don’t have to cultivate it to enjoy its ornamental qualities. You too can enjoy the unique aesthetic of this plant. The Bonsai Plants Artificial Ornaments is a well-executed collection of faux versions of the famous oriental plant. Available in many size variants and even colors, the Bonsai Plants Artificial Ornaments is a practical shortcut to enjoying a well-loved Japanese garden accent.
Small Fish Tank Creative Water Fountain
A water feature is a Japanese garden element that is one of its principal features. Running water in the form of a gentle stream or active fountain creates the characteristic Zen atmosphere. You too can recreate some of that oriental serenity with the Small Fish Tank Creative Water Fountain. This simple and compact mini aquarium and fountain comes in three themes: Water Lily, Mountain View or Lotus Fish Bowl. In such a small footprint, you get both a fountain and aquarium rolled into one. It is a perfect Japanese accent for your home, or could also be a nice gift.
Decorative Lanterns Red Sakura Design (3 pieces)
When it comes to lighting, there is nothing more distinctively Japanese than the Japanese lantern. It is a very popular Japanese garden accent that without a doubt establishes the Japanese theme. This Decorative Lanterns Red Sakura Design is a prime example. Constructed with durable paper and adorned with images of charming red Sakuras, these spherical shaped lanterns are so genuinely Japanese. Hang them in your garden or inside your home. You may also place LED lights inside to get the total effect of a functioning lantern.