Japanese garden


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Japanese garden

- Often uses bamboo, mondo grasses, pine, and small pools of water containing koi.
See also related terms for pine.
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Furthermore, the Japanese garden in a rainy climate not unlike our own, so their plants would seem ideal for the uncertain Scottish climate.
This historic Japanese garden was designed in 1927 by legendary landscaper Fujitaro Kubota, who donated it to the city of Seattle in 1987.
More to the point, however, are instances of the meeting and mixing of art and nature that are more clearly artistic, for a Japanese garden is, anything but a simple human intrusion into a natural landscape.
Carefully placed rocks lined up in front of a white backdrop (setting by Seth Tillet) evoke the tranquillity of a Japanese garden, while the music, an homage to John Cage by Fred Frith, ejects sounds of walking on broken glass and wind whining, and concludes with two clarinetists in the dress circle emitting eerie tones before a voice booms, "Don't you think it's enough?
The Portland Japanese Garden is considered one of the seven best Japanese gardens outside of Japan.
Contract awarded for Provision of tentages, ceiling fans, chairs & tables, public address system and portable toilets during NJC Road Run at Japanese Garden on 26 February 2016
com)-- Japanese garden designer Keizo Hayano and San Francisco-based garden designer Jenny Feuerpeil write short picture e-books about Japanese garden culture.
The original Japanese garden was widely regarded as the "jewel in the crown" of the garden festival in south Liverpool, held in 1984.
Lanterns, bridges, gravel, water and bamboo fences are elements that are stereotypical, but they are not always necessary for making a Japanese garden.
Ed McVicker will speak about Japanese garden style for the Northwest during the Willamette Valley Hardy Plant Group's meeting, using the hillside garden of the Portland Japanese Garden as an example.
A SERIES of interactive visual theatre performances begins today with a performance entitled the Japanese Garden, at the Salman Culture Centre, Hoora.

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