Zen garden to eat

In Japan, Zen gardens are the symbol of serenity, and are often composed of rock, moss and gravel that can be crossed on small wooden bridges. You know that the Japanese are also very keen on sweets, which is why art directors Tomonori Saito and Shohei Sawada worked with Motohiro Inaba, artisan of wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) to create this delicate sweet garden made ​​of black sesame cubes and a bed of sugar.

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