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Suiseki Aesthetics SHAPE The Japanese have developed a detailed classification system that helps field collectors [...]
BY SHAPE: Scenic Landscape Stones (Sansui keiseki/Sansui keijo-seki) Mountain stones (Yamagata-ishi) May resemble a single [...]
The stone should not be damaged in any way. The base of the stone should [...]
Basalt is a hard, black volcanic rock with less than about 52 weight percent silica [...]
In the world of viewing stones, there is no “one way” to classify a stone. [...]
Abekawa ishi. Stones found in the Abekawa river, Shizuoka city, Shizuoka prefecture. The Abekawa river [...]
Baojing. Surface coating from exposure to air or touching, a mark of antiquity, enhances value [...]
Bada. Sea (see also hae). Badadol. Stones found along the sea or along beaches. (See [...]
A long time ago, since I was a student , maybe that is the first [...]
As you know, “Suiseki” is a combination of two words “Sui” (“Water”) and “Seki” (“Stone”). [...]
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