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nik [jiejing (借景) "borrow/lend scenery"]
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 The Chinese counterpart of shakkei (借景) is jiejing (借景) "borrow/lend scenery". According to the 1635 CE Chinese garden manual Yuanye (園冶), there are four categories of "borrowing", The Chinese counterpart of shakkei (借景) is jiejing (借景) "borrow/lend scenery". According to the 1635 CE Chinese garden manual Yuanye (園冶), there are four categories of "borrowing",
-  * yuanjie (遠借 "distant borrowing", e.g., mountains, lakes) +  * 遠借 "distant borrowing", enshaku (jp) yuanjie (zh). e.g., mountains, lakes 
-  * linjie (隣借 "adjacent borrowing", neighboring buildings and features) +  * 隣借 "adjacent borrowing", rinshaku (jp) linjie (zh). neighboring buildings and features 
-  * yangjie (仰借 "upward borrowing", clouds, stars) +  * 仰借 "upward borrowing", gyōshaku (jp) yangjie (zh). clouds, stars 
-  * fujie (俯借 "downward borrowing", rocks, ponds); respectively Japanese enshaku, rinshaku, gyōshaku, and fushaku.+  * 俯借 "downward borrowing", fushaku (jp) fujie (zh). rocks, ponds. 
  
 ====Best known (still existing) shakkei gardens in Japan==== ====Best known (still existing) shakkei gardens in Japan====
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