The Japanese Tea Garden

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Stone Bridge Press, 2009 - Art - 284 pages

"When Marc Peter Keane describes, with poetry and erudition, the experience of the Japanese garden today, he has no peer."--Leonard Koren, author of Wabi-Sabi

Almost every Japanese garden is influenced by the tea garden. Marc Peter Keane describes the history, design, and aesthetics of tea gardens, from T'ang China to the present day, with over one hundred stunning photographs, floor plans, and illustrations. The most extensive book on this genre ever published in English, The Japanese Tea Garden is a rich resource for garden lovers, landscape designers, and architects--and anyone who admires the striking aesthetic of the Japanese garden.

Marc Peter Keane lived in Japan for 20 years, designing gardens for individuals, companies, and temples. He has written 3 other books on Japanese garden design. He is affiliated with the Research Center for Japanese Garden Art at the Kyoto University of Art and Design, the East Asian Program at Cornell University, and the Institute for Medieval Japanese Studies at Columbia University.

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NaraPeriod Japan 71084
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YuanDynasty China 12711368
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Marc lived in Japan for 20 years, designing gardens for individuals, companies, and temples. He has written 3 other books on Japanese garden design. Affiliated with Research Center for Japanese Garden Art at Columbia Univ. and the East Asian Program at Cornell Univ.

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