Gardening The Japanese Way book.
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Gardening the Japanese Way. Dec 6, 1971. Complete Gardening Book for South Africa.
Japanese gardens (日本庭園, nihon teien) are traditional gardens whose designs are accompanied by Japanese aesthetics and philosophical ideas, avoid artificial ornamentation, and highlight the natural landscape.
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Japanese gardens were developed under the influences of the distinctive and stylized . Eliovson, Sima (1971).
Japanese gardens were developed under the influences of the distinctive and stylized Chinese gardens. One of the great interest for the historical development of the Japanese garden, bonseki, bonsai and related arts is the c. 1300 Zen monk Kokan Shiren and his rhymeprose essay Rhymeprose on a Miniature Landscape Garden. The tradition of Japanese gardening was historically passed down from sensei to apprentice. In recent decades this has been supplemented by various trade schools. Harrap. pp. 47. ISBN 9780245506949.