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Over 8900 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.



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Gardens in Japan features pictorial tours of historical temple, shrine, monastery and royal gardens in the Kyoto and Suizen-ji Park in Kumamoto, Japan. These include Katsura Rikyu, Shugaku-in, Ginkaku-ji, Kinkaku-ji, Nijo Castle, Daisen-in, Byodo-in, Heian Jingu, Kokedera, Kiyomizudera, Koto-in, Zuiho-in and others.




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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An excellent introduction to Japanese gardens' history, theory, design and meaning. A serious gardening library should include this book.

These saws are used and highly praised by some Forum members. Easy-cutting, replaceable blade and comfortable handles.

Not a 'science' book, but a working tool, providing a framework for what may be done in North America by addressing what is done in Japan. Simply put, this book needs to be out in the garden working with you.

If you love Japanese maples, this book is a must-have. In its Fourth Addition, it features 600 descriptions with 500 photographs.

A guide to building traditional Japanese bamboo fences with diagrams of basic techniques of bamboo fence construction.

Marc Peter Keane describes the history, design, & aesthetics of tea gardens, from T'ang China to the present day, with photos, plans, & illustrations.



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