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Rohdea japonica Roth
... Muromachi Period). IEYASU TOKUGAWA, the first SHOGUN of the Edo Period (1603-1867) took three potted plants of OMOTO when he moved to Edo castle ... Its enthusiasm became so big at the end of the Edo Period that finally the Japanese government prohibited selling OMOTO in 1852. ... and you can enjoy its small form over a long period. OMOTO Websites ( Japanese version only ) The purposes of NIHON OMOYO ...
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Pot plants for enthusiasts
... sieboldii Psilotum nudum Rhapis Rohdea japonica Saxifraga fortunei var. incisolobata Sellaginella tamariscina In the Edo Period (1602-1867), Japan was not open to foreign countries. Japan remained in peace and ... TV programs. This book provides plenty of information on gardening in the Edo period. A very special one.) EDO NO GARDENING (published by HEIBONSHA Ltd. in 1999. The author Koichiro Aoki ...
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Pan Picture
... kaiyu-shiki, or "wet strolling garden," a style developed by wealthy landowners of the late Edo period in 19th century Japan. Koichi Kawana, designer of Seiwa-en, said that a Japanese garden ...
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Japanese Garden - The Helpful Gardener
... to denote the more formalized Chinese style garden in a work of this period. The architecture of the period, a style known as shinden, used walkways between buildings. These walkways were ... master of the period, Kobori Enshu, began to design gardens professionally breaking the tradition of the ‘stone setting priests’. Gardening goes mainstream As Japan moved into the Edo period (1603-1867), ...
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Japanese Garden - Rock Gardens - The Helpful Gardener
... became more formalized to accommodate this change. Another development of this period was the Crane and Tortoise islands. These beasts had garnered ... little to add to the palette of stone groups. The Momoyama period actually ushered in the use of cut stone for bridges ... from the natural look of the preceding periods. While the following Edo period brought back some of the older styles there was still ...
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Spruce
... bonsai culture. It grows very slowly - as little as 1 foot in a 25 year period. Picea abies 'Pumila Nigra' - small, deep green foliage, with light green buds in spring. Takes ... survive drier conditions than most of the genera. Picea glehnii: Sakhalin spruce, common Ezo spruce, Edo spruce, silver fir - very popular in Japan, but may be difficult to get due to ...
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making sake 8. the munich-based designer konstantin grcic played with two circle elements and formed the number ‘8’
... hachitsuru’ in hachinohe. hachitsuru means ‘eight cranes’ in japanese. hachitsuru was founded in the edo-period in 1786. the original company logo of hachitsuru was created in 1919 by the famouse ...
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KCIS - Japanese Iris
... none of the patterns or pale colors found in the Edo strains. The Edo and Higo strains with their heavy substance were in stark ... outdoor gardens. Our western hybridizers have taken both the Higo and Edo strains, and occasionally the Ise, to develop our wide range of ... around the plants to keep them growing vigorously for a longer period. Japanese irises will literally grow out of the ground if not ...
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The Payne Medal
... sharp decline in the popularity of Japanese irises in the United States, especially during the period of World War II. One of the few nurseries on the West Coast that continued ... was that it was developed in the early years using only six cultivars of the Edo type. Payne took line breeding to a new level of intensity. Arlie Payne did not ...
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Open Directory - Regional: Asia: Japan: Arts and Entertainment: Traditional
... ) Reference: Museums: Arts and Entertainment: Art Museums: Asian: Japanese (31) Edo Japan - Take a tour through Tokyo during the period of the Tokugawa shoguns, and learn about the history ... photos. Special Exhibition at the MOA Museum of Art - Exhibition of works from the Edo period reflecting the Japanese view of nature. Illustrated, with explanations. Tahara - Photographs of traditional ...
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