|| Our visual actions take both the sensory and reversible views in the relationship of the mutual coordination between them. And the visual actions, as a whole, realize the sensory scene when having the marked tendency to sensory views, and the reversible scene to reversible views. The author of Sakuteiki classified natural scenery into the landscape types called yo. The landscape types were transformed into the places where humans and nature happened to meet harmoniously. It was the main theme of the author of Sakuteiki to discuss how we should compose rocks in the place. We can find, in Sakuteiki, two manners of looking at nature, such as 'changing the taste' corresponding to the sensory view, and 'in compliance with the requesting mood of 'to the reversible view. They were, in the paper, studied to analyze the naturalistic landscaping of Sakuteiki.