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Arnold Arboretum - Bonsai - Introduction
... From China, the practice spread to Japan, probably during the Heian period (782-1185). During the peaceful and prosperous Tokugawa period of Japanese history (1603-1867), landscape gardening attained new importance. Many ... by modern bonsai standards the container plants of the Tokugawa period were too large and their containers too deep. In this period, the term used for dwarf potted trees was hachi ...

Rohdea japonica Roth
... "SENDENSHO" written in 1449 (the Muromachi Period). IEYASU TOKUGAWA, the first SHOGUN of the Edo Period (1603-1867) took three potted plants of ... 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 KYOKAI ...

... Japan for the first time. In the Kamakura Period (1192-1333), Zen Buddhism was brought from China. ... painted in 1299, the Kamakura Period), with potted trees appearing in this painting. In the Edo Period (1603-1967), Japan ... TOKUGAWA (life: 1604`1651; reign: 1623`51) was very fond of potted trees, and his favorite Bonsai tree is still kept at the royal palace of Japan. During the Edo Period ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Bonsai - The Beginnings of a Collection
... , put some 600 bonsai plants on auction in New York City over a three-day period in May 1904. It is particularly interesting to note that the sale of bonsai by ... that are now part of the Larz Anderson Collection. They are captioned "Relics of the Tokugawa Era" and provide lengthy instructions on how to care for the plants. The price Anderson ...

Open Directory - Regional: Asia: Japan: Arts and Entertainment: Traditional
... Art Museums: Asian: Japanese (31) Edo Japan - Take a tour through Tokyo during the period of the Tokugawa shoguns, and learn about the history of Japan's greatest city. Illustrated by ... 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 construction ...

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