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Third creation of tsuboniwa at Shizen no sei Garden – The preparation

        A little more than a year ago, I informed you of the start of the construction site for the third tsuboniwa at Garden SHIZEN NO SEI. Yes, this is progressing slowly … but the stages of this creation take place … Continue reading

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Wood traditional Japanese fence
sugi itahei 杉板塀

        Here are the finished fence of our second tsuboniwa and its small degoushi 出格子, in our new place in Green Ardeche ! It is a truly traditional fence, authentic Japanese design, sugi itahei 杉板塀 type. Only the raw material is … Continue reading

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Second tsuboniwa creation in the Shizen no sei Garden – Part 2

        Now all the raw materials necessary for the creation of our second tsuboniwa are gathered, construction can begin by assembling and making our typical Japanese design fence sugi itahei 杉板塀, in wood and bamboo. First, it is to build and … Continue reading

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Second tsuboniwa creation in the Shizen no sei Garden – Part 1

         We are now ready to move on to creating our second tsuboniwa, a tsukubai that will take place in a corner of the garden enjoying the morning sun and lying in the shade early in the afternoon. We spent … Continue reading

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Tsuboniwa – Chiisana takebayashi 小さな竹林

        Our first tsuboniwa is finally finished. A “small bamboo grove” or Chiisana takebayashi 小さな竹林, green and gold to settle on the dark brown bark fence, on a bed of moss and ferns, associated with a very sleek and graphic set … Continue reading

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Tsuboniwa first creation in the Shizen no sei Garden – Part 3

“When you intend to set stones, bring in the first place a number of rocks on the site, rocks of different shapes, more or less wide and place them temporarily on the ground. Creating a garden is a very slow … Continue reading

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Tsuboniwa first creation in the Shizen no sei Garden – Part 2

        Now the location of our first tsuboniwa is ready – intended to hide a big ugly concrete post – the mounting and making of our typical Japanese design fence, in bamboo and bark, can begin… First, we install the posts, … Continue reading

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Tsuboniwa first creation in the Shizen no sei Garden – Part 1

        Now that niwaki nursery and everything necessary for the conduct of courses are re-installed, the creation on other plans can begin… And given the topography of the place, a succession of old walls of granite stones, corners and nooks, I … Continue reading

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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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