Monthly Archives: January 2015

Japanese traditional fence in bark and bamboo
Sugi kawahei 杉皮塀

        Working of our yard in outdoor slowed by the weather (and other of my activities with deadlines … to serve you better !), but moves forward anyway. Here is the front of the fence of our first tsuboniwa in our … Continue reading

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Momiage at the nursery of the Garden Shizen no sei

        This thinning of foliage, called momiage in Japanese, is crucial once the framework or structure pruning is built. It prevents an inevitable extension of branches on the subjects which grow older, due to the centrifugal mortality, result from a lack … Continue reading

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Happy new year 2015 !

        I wanted to start this year 2015, thanking you for all your feedback, participation, comments, expressed gratitude … more and more ! For your fidelity and your support in my modest task to make discovering the authentic and true Japanese … Continue reading

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