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Hanselman Landscape390 South Erisman Road, Manheim PA | Tel: 1 717 653-1273

Landscape design, construction, architecture, & maintenance.
Several species of specimen pines for Japanese landscapes.
Pennsylvania + 200 kilometers, special projects in other regions

Website: www.hanselmanlandscape.com

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Yasui KomutenYasuimoku Komuten Company Ltd.
42, Otomichi, Kamiueno-cho
Muko-shi, 617 Kyoto
Tel: +81 (75) 933-0012

Renovation, restoration & construction of authentic traditional Japanese structures such as temples,shrines,palaces,castles,tea houses & residential houses.

Website: http://www.yasuimoku.co.jp



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Hanselman LandscapeHanselman Landscape Company
390 South Arisman Road, Manheim PA
Tel: 1 717 653-1273

Landscape design, construction, architecture, & maintenance.
Several species of specimen pines for Japanese landscapes.
Pennsylvania + 200 kilometers, special projects in other regions

Website: www.hanselmanlandscape.com


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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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