In the Japanese Garden

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Fulcrum Pub., 1991 - Gardening - 107 pages
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Bibb traces the Japanese garden from its ancient beginnings--when the early Japanese spread white sand in the forest groves to invite the kame, or spirits, to bring good fortune--to the modern-day garden, where no view is accidental, yet each is in harmony with the landscape. 73 full-color photographs.

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Elizabeth Bibb, a freelance writer and editor based in Mendham, New Jersey, frequently collaborates with her husband, photographer Michael S. Yamashita, on editorial assignments. To research In the Japanese Garden they spent more than a year visiting and photographing gardens in Japan.

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