Japanese and Chinese lanterns are essential to give authenticity to a Eastern themed garden with its simplicity and harmony. Originally, stone lanterns (ishi-doro) and pagodas were introduced into Japan from China in the 6th century (Asuka period) at the same
time as Buddhism, primarily used to light the front of Buddhist temples.
Today, stone lanterns and pagodas are primarily used for garden enhancements and for visual delight. Discover the enchanting range of garden stone lanterns, pagodas and sculptures that add simplicity and balance to the garden landscape. These beautiful structures can be used to add depth near your ponds or streams or simply use them as an accent within the greenery.