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Chabana 茶花

        The art of provoking emotion in front of the simple beauty, natural, even raw. To succeed in generating elegance and refinement through rustic materials, patinated by the wear and tear of time … It is Japan that I love, which … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Japanese gardens – Niwatherapy© – Frederique DUMAS

        Japan is the home of forest therapy and shinrin yoku 森林浴, which literally means “forest baths”. We find again in this term, kanji 森 and 林 which mean “forest”, as a crowd of small kanji 木 means “tree”, and the … Continue reading

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New ephemeral tsuboniwa at NIWAKI Inspiration ZEN Academy

        The summer period is conducive to the “tsuboniwa” internships, with the creation of two new ephemeral gardens at “NIWAKI Inspiration ZEN” Academy. With an infinite pleasure, once again, I have taught the art of the garden following the ancient writings … Continue reading

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