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Japanese gardens: the enigmatic art of raked gravel and rocks does not give up its secrets lightly


Telegraph.co.uk - Oct 29, 2017
Rather, however, Walker's point is that we should embrace the ethos of Japanese gardening – that it exists to transport our minds and build our inner worlds, rather than be used to expand our experience of what is around us – and channel that ...
 

Gem of the Pacific Northwest: The Portland Japanese Garden


South Beach Bulletin - Nov 2, 2017
Formal Japanese gardening practices stretch back into the Asuka period (~538-710 Current Era), when merchants, diplomatic delegations and travelers began returning from China with various writings and art objects. Some of the writings focused on ...
 

5 Great Landscape Designers and Photos of Their Most Spectacular Gardens


GQ Magazine - Jun 14, 2017
In Japanese gardening, he says, “you have this rock and that tree, which has a certain curve—and you work around those two things.” Poetry comes into play when naming the gardens. “Many Japanese gardens have some intentionality beyond design, beyond ...
 

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Garden Tour of Japan - Part 1


Part 1 - shows walking tour of Kyoto sponsored by the Sukiya Living Magazine (Journal of Japanese Gardening) May 18-30. Part 2 - shows additional gardens visited before, during and after walking...
 

The art of Japanese gardening: pruning trees is a meticulous art


It takes a village to raise a child ... or a tree! The gracious and beautiful shapes of trees in a Japanese garden or park are not the work of nature alone. The subtle but ever-present hand...