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Kuzuya stones resemble rustic cottages or lonely thatched huts, and are a favorite of tea ceremony practitioners. An aged appearance is especially sought after in these.
These are suiseki with shapes such as human figures, saints, or animals.
These stones have a specific surface pattern, and the “baika-seki” and “kikka-seki” types shown below are among the more common types.
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