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Can Suiseki thrive in an urban environmen?

Asked by BronxLens (1539points) June 17th, 2008

Are there any practicioners of Suiseki with stone specimens found in urban environments?

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The stones would need to be translocated from natural settings to an urban environment. But if there was interest on the part of the people, I don’t see why this couldn’t work. There may be examples of urban suiseki in metropolitan Japan, but I am not well-versed on their existence.

Sorry I can’t be more helpful. It’s quite a general question with no real answer. The best way to find the answer is to try it!

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