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Highland, you should read the text before making changes. It says: The following is a list of gardens known to be by Musō Soseki or attributed to him. Whatever Soseki built was however destroyed during the Ōnin War, and any modern version is someone else's work.
The list contains gardens attributed to him, but that were destroyed. No garden really by him survives. Frank (Urashima Tarō) (talk) 23:40, 24 November 2010 (UTC)
There is a garden made by Musō Soseki. For instance, the stone's structures(石組み?) and pond are preserved at Tenryu-ji.
I think that I should delete the garden not preserved at all. --663highland (talk) 13:48, 25 November 2010 (UTC)