Anyone who deals with Japan suspects that the Japanese describe the world, both the physical and the mental world, differently from the Westerners. There are elusive differences. While studying Japanese gardens, I came across an interesting essay by the architect Arata Isozaki (磯 崎 新, born 1931). More on this here.
Based on the chapter “Space and Time” in the book “Worlds and Opposite Worlds. Essays on Architecture” by Arata Isozaki I have created a distance learning course “Gods, Spirits, Souls, Space and Time”. This can be found in the distance learning courses.