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Japanese Stone Water Basins

JAPANESE STONE WATER BASINS: A Great Focal Point for Your Garden The Stone Water Basin is an element found in many small gardens in Japan, including traditional tea gardens, residential entrance gardens, courtyard gardens, etc. It is a very versatile feature and can work as a focal point in a very small garden space, or […]

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Bamboo Fences in Japanese Gardens

JAPANESE GARDEN FENCES: YOTSUME-GAKI BAMBOO FENCE Whether used as the garden enclosure, a very important role and one of many choices, or a partition within the garden, bamboo fences offer a decorative enhancement to the garden. In Japan where bamboo and skilled craftsman are readily available, bamboo fences may make more sense. Bamboo also matches […]

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Stepping Stones in Japanese Gardens

HOW TO USE STEPPING STONES IN A JAPANESE GARDEN Stepping stones are a fairly common in Japanese gardens, and one feature that can be successfully used in gardens outside of Japan. There are a couple of guidelines when incorporating stepping stones into the landscape plan. Stepping stones are not well-suited to primary walkways because of […]

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Japanese Garden Design Principle Number Three

AN IMPORTANT TIP FROM YOUR NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY JAPANESE GARDEN DESIGNER The first tip is to build the garden to be viewed from inside the house. The second tip is to enclose the garden to create a sense of intimacy. The third tip is to USE HIGH-QUALITY STONE MATERIALS LIKE NATURAL BOULDERS. It isn’t […]

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Japanese Garden Design Principle Number Two

AN IMPORTANT TIP FROM YOUR NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY JAPANESE GARDEN DESIGNER For a Japanese garden to be successful, it needs to be close the house, and it has to be viewed through large windows or sliding glass doors. The second important principle is to ENCLOSE THE GARDEN. An enclosed garden, viewed from the […]

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