Yoko Kawaguchi - Gardening - 2008 - 144 pages
Introduces the style, traditions, and principles of Japanese Zen gardening through the use of flowering plants, bamboo, wood, shrubs, and rocks, and includes plant lists ...
Isao Yoshikawa - Gardening - 1996 - 128 pages
Offers instructions for creating Tsukubai, basin front gardens, Toro, stone lantern gardens, and Tsuboniwa, small gardens, in the traditional style
Architecture - 1997 - 103 pages
Shows and describes Japan's best gardens and includes views of stone groupings, ponds, bridges, paths, fences, and stone towers and lanterns
Sadao Hibi, Joe Earle - Gardening - 2000 - 125 pages
Japanese gardens have long been revered for their impeccable design, detail and composition, properties which elevate them from being mere gardens to peaceful havens of ...
Gardening - 1991 - 107 pages
Shows how the 1300-year-old art form's five basic elements--stone, sand, water, flora, and space--are combined to form the traditional Japanese garden
Gardens - 1996 - 184 pages
The Japanese garden designer, like the poet, creates a theater for the wind to speak, and asks only that we listen. This book presents the essential concepts that garden ...