Japanese Gardening / 日本の園芸


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Over 10,000 entries by enthusiasts around the world. The Japanese Garden Forum discussion boards include history, design & construction, maintenance, plants, stone, water, bamboo fences, structures, and more.

A list of Japanese gardening books, tools, & related items recommended & reviewed by the members of the Japanese Gardening Forum. Includes links to purchase from Amazon.com.

Japanese Gardening Events Calendar lists events relating to Japanese gardens. This is located in a tab near the top of the Forum index page. Check for events near you or add to the calendar here.

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This list includes postings for employment in full and part time positions, internships, apprenticeships and other opportunities in Japanese gardening. There is also a section for potential employees to post their qualifications and resumes. Send requests to info@japanesegardening.org. Dont forget to provide contact information, including an email address.

Japanese Gardening Job Openings

A list of job opportunities in Japanese gardening including public and private gardens, landscape companies, design firms and architects.



Seeking Employment

Perspective employees post their objects, training, skills and resumes here.

There are no current employment requests. If you wish to list your request here, send your information and request to info@japanesegardening.org. A donation is appreciated if you become gainfully employed as a result of this listing.




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Do you want to know how to tie a knot for a bamboo fence, or which tools you should get first? You may find the answer in the Japanese Gardening Reference pages. Here are some of the topics covered:

Special Sections:

Chado, or the "Way of Tea" has had a major influence on Japanese garden history and design. Elliot Mitchnick offers a description of Chaji, A Formal Tea Ceremony in this 5 part series.

Kumamoto En is first of the Sister City Gardens to be profiled here with photographs and descriptions of many Japanese garden elements along with the names in English and Japanese.

Sunken Garden of San Antonio A history of the Japanese Tea Garden at Sunken Gardens in San Antonio, Texas.

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