The beauty of a Japanese garden is in the smallest details
Whether it is in the careful choice of planting, the small flourishes like water features and lanterns, or even what is intentionally left out of the garden, Japanese gardens have a very subtle but distinct esthetic and experience.
It is minimalist and decluttered without seeming sterile or sparse.
It restrains itself to a very tasteful palette, yet is somehow abundantly diverse at the same time.
It can adapt itself well to fit any space, environment and budget.