Knowing how and where to place primary and secondary garden elements is crucial when creating a Japanese garden. Primary garden elements here are stones, water and plants; secondary - bamboo fencing, bridges, bells and ornaments. Such gardens are asymmetrical and natural, contain elements with symbolic meaning. Japanese garden represents two opposite forces - yin (water) and yang (stones). Japanese garden evoke feelings of stillness and security. Garden can be of different sizes, flat or knobby. The main requirement is not to overload the garden with unnecessary elements. Japanese landscape design has deep symbolic meaning.