Japanese Garden - bohdi sanders - japanese garden meditation. documentary: beautiful japanese gardens. the japanese garden. japanese garden design i japanese garden design for small spaces. it has been named the best garden in japan annually since 2003 by the "journal of japanese gardening". a meditation video set to beautifully relaxing flute music with scenes of japanese gardens zen gardens and waterfalls. an important tip however for japanese gardens is to not show the entire water body. " this first video will show you the various elements of a japanese garden and part 2 will show you how to design using these elements. how to design a japanese garden: part 1. dream window: reflections on the japanese garden. the colors of the trees in the japanese garden i often go to made me to try to do another outside painting in my watercolor moleskine sketchbook. miniature japanese inspired garden w/ working lantern - tutorial. japanese zen garden asmr / meditation 禅の庭. "japanese garden" is perfect for relaxation and meditation it will surely bring peace to your body and mind.. water water is an extremely important part of japanese gardens. prominent japanese personalities add commentary shedding light on the role of gardens in japanese society today. he hoped that viewing the gardens and artwork together would expand peoples' appreciation and interest in japanese art. the adachi museum of art (足立美術館 adachi bijutsukan) was founded by adachi zenko in 1980 as a way of combining his passions for japanese art and garden design. i made this video for people interested in japanese zen gardens. western garden layout ideas that are stunning provide inspirations that are excellent to lawn gardening suggestions and fengshui houses incorporating relaxing little areas where you refresh and are able to relax. kiyosumi garden is a "must-go" if in tokyo. a small japanese-style garden adds excitement to a woodsy backyard. let your imagination soar let your body and mind relax together with a new relaxation video “japanese garden. ► this is another of tokyo's secret paradise gardens. beautiful small japanese garden designs. this time on japanology plus our theme is japanese gardens compact evocations of nature's majesty. lets have a look at some of the features of japanese gardens that aren't idealised representations of the japanese landscape. japanese garden 4k resolution - 1 hour - nature sound for relaxation - autumn. japanese gardens combine the basic elements of water plants and rocks with clean simple lines to create a tranquil retreat.
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Jason creates a peaceful Japanese-inspired garden. Welcome to the official Great Home Ideas channel, the destination for all your DIY, Food, Garden, Lifestyle and Pet needs. Here you'll find DIY Lifestyle Hacks, Home Makeover Tips, Quick And Easy DIY How To's, Gardening Tips and more.
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Western garden layout ideas that are stunning provide inspirations that are excellent to lawn gardening suggestions and Fengshui houses, incorporating relaxing little areas where you refresh and are able to relax. Several asian garden style guidelines can help produce stunning and relaxing outdoor living areas to savor every period and combine the most crucial ideas into your yard styles.
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► Kiyosumi Garden is my absolute favorite japanese style garden in greater Tokyo area. It centers around a small lake, on which you can walk around from one small "island" to the next, via small bridges, stonepaths, etc. Kiyosumi is near perfect in terms of displaying all the elements used in traditional Japanese garden style; bonsai, water, rocks, wood, bridges and ofcourse, a teahouse - which I'll show you more of this year compared to last years edition. Kiyosumi garden is a "must-go" if in Tokyo. If you only visit one garden while in Tokyo, this should be it! "Kiyosumi" is located approx. 25 minutes from Shinjuku station by Oedo Subway Line, or 5 minutes from Nihonbashi by Hanzomon Subway Line. - Enjoy!
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🔴 Garden in Japanese Style! 🎌 Ideas of Landscape Design.
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I built this gate two years ago for a client in Oregon. I begged him to send me some quality pics of the Wood gate finished but all I got was a crappy iphone pic. Oh well the gate was still some of my best work. Samurai Woodworking Plans: http://samuraicarpenter.com/plans/ Samurai Tool Store:http://samuraicarpenter.com/samurai-carpenter-tools/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=754729
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Japanese Style Garden House | Designed In A Modern Style Mixed With Classic Asian This tiny vacation house is surprisingly close to the center of Vienna. It sits on the Alte Donau (Old Danube), a linear lake created when a portion of the Danube River channel was cut off by flood control measures. There are large apartment blocks only two hundred feet away, yet looking over the water towards the park on the opposite bank, it’d be easy to forget that you’re in a dense urban environment. The small vacation house occupies a tiny building site about 11′ below street level. To preserve views for the apartment residents behind, the roofline was kept low, rising only a few feet above the sidewalk. Within those constraints, SHARE Architects was able to provide 45 m2 (484 ft2) of floor space. They conceived the structure as a “micro villa”, offering all the comforts needed for full-time living within a tiny space. The architects say the design was inspired by luxury yachts, leading to the choices of glossy white exterior, wood terrace, angled windows and stainless steel railings. The all-white scheme continues inside. Combined with the large windows and the light reflecting off the water, it makes for an extremely bright interior. Everybody has their own tastes, but we would have balanced the white with some wood finishes compatible with the nautical theme. The downstairs living area has a compact galley kitchen and a built-in cantilevered dining table. A mezzanine loft over the kitchen provides the sleeping quarters. The loft is suspended from the roof, leaving the lower level free of supporting columns. A tiny bathroom is tucked beneath the stairs. Read more: http://www.kurtkuball.com/ http://www.share-arch.com/ http://www.archello.com/en/project/bathing-hut Subscribe and View more here: https://goo.gl/tHjsCp More Videos:#Home&HouseBeautiful#smallhouse#tinyhouse#cottage #cabin#house #home #tiny #homedesign
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Japanese Garden Ideas for Landscaping. Japanese garden design ideas combine the basic elements of japanese landscape, plants, water, and rocks with simple, clean lines to create a tranquil retreat. the japanese garden japanese garden portland japanese gardens japanese garden design garden design https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJXgBCjVOxfgtHmLXUSMW_g
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► Kiyosumi Garden is my absolute favorite japanese style garden in greater Tokyo area. It centers around a small lake, on which you can walk around from one small "island" to the next, via small bridges, stonepaths, etc. Kiyosumi is near perfect in terms of displaying all the elements used in traditional Japanese garden style; bonzai, water, rocks, wood, bridges and ofcourse, a teahouse - making this garden a "must-go" if in Tokyo. So, I made this new - and longer version - of Kiyosumi (using more of my old material in combination with fresh, new footage) upon request of a few viewers, who'd like to see more of this, and i'd happily do so, as I think this great place deserves a more closer look than I gave it in my first attempt. "Kiyosumi" is located approx. 25 minutes from Shinjuku station by Oedo Subway Line. - Enjoy!
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As a follow up on the great success of the exclusively by My Oriental Garden designed and produced Japanese style prefabricated pavilions and bungalows and the demand for larger buildings, My Oriental Garden hereby introduces the Zenkei series. The prefab Zenkei villa or country house (Japanese for, the entire form, the perfect form) is designed with only one goal in mind, invitie nature into our living room. The Zenkei villa or country house is designed in a way the construction actually consists of two separate cocoons. The inner cocoon can be opened or closed by means of double insulated translucent shojii style (Japanese latticework) sliding doors. The outher cocoon or engawa (type of balcony), is also enclosed by sliding doors with double insulated glazing, which can be opened to invite nature into our living space. This combination of interconnected "cocoons" ensures a very high insulation rating. Through the use of translucent and "honest" materials like wood and glass we have created an extremely bright, open and robust environment. Because of the double roof the Zenkei villa features fairly high ceilings which benefit the sence of spaciousness in this design. The heavy wooden beams are on there own, a real feast for the eyes. The Zenkei country house is based on an ancient Japanese theme and successful concept, but constructed in modern design with robust materials using modern time techniques. The Zenkei villa is modular designed. This means that the construction consists of several interconnected modules or parts of 900 x 600 cm. each, equipped with a so-called buffer zone or engawa. The building can therefore easily be extended or shortened. The resulting space is easely modifiable to your needs and wishes. This particular design is built in an L shape, has a total surface of 350 mtr2 and offers a spacious living room of 600 x 1200 cm. with the sliding doors closed. When we open the translucent sliding doors we create an open space of up to 840 x 1350 cm. Furthermore, this design offers room for an entrance hall of 600 x 300 cm., a kitchen of 600 x 420 cm., a bathroom of 700 x 300 cm., additional bedroom of 300 x 720, a master bedroom of 600 x 600 cm., which by opening the sliding doors can be transformed into an area of 720 x 840 cm. and finally a large office or studio of 720 x 720 cm. On th upper floor we have additional rooms of 600 x 600 cm, 600 x 600 cm. and 600 x 300 cm. All in all a very complete and spacious villa. By applying traditional Japanese ceramic roof tiles, the Zenkei villa has an overall Oriental look and feel. It is of course possible to fit the Zenkei villa with other interesting, less traditional roofing materials such as zinc, spelter or even copper. A zinc or copper roof has a very long lifespan, gains beauty over the years and gives the building a totally exclusive, luxurious touch. The walls and ceilings of the building can be finished in blanc wood or fitted with white finished panels. Our Oriental style villa's, pavilions and bungalows can be built to order in various wood types and configurations. Obviously My Oriental Garden only uses certified materials of the highest quality. The buildings are delivered as a prefabricated package with comprehensive documentation and part lists. If desired, the prefabricated buildings can also be transported and installed on site by My Oriental Garden. For installment, we have a team of experts ready for you. http://www.myorientalgarden.com/japanese-oriental-style-prefab-home-house-villa-manor-chalet-mansion-building-residence-zenkei.html
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very tree, flower, and boulder in the Richard & Helen DeVos Japanese Garden is attended to with great care. That includes more than 200 pine trees that are pruned and shaped by hand every spring. Our Lead Horticulturist in the Japanese Garden, David Rettig, takes us through that process.
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Japanese gardens combine the basic elements of plants, water, and rocks with simple, clean lines to create a tranquil retreat. Learn how to make your own Zen garden. Make an Entrance Use a simple bamboo fence to block views of the world outside your Japanese garden. Make the entrance to your garden clear with a gate and attractive arbor. Create Mystery A key element in Japanese garden style is creating vignettes that can't be viewed all at once. Here a winding path leads your eye past the stone pagoda and beckons exploration of what's around the next corner. Most Japanese gardens rely on subtle differences in color and texture. Here conifers provide soothing shades of green for year-round interest. Some echo the pyramidal form of the pagoda while others frame the feature with their low, spreading branches. Encourage Moss Moss makes the perfect groundcover in moist shady areas of the Japanese garden. Because moss doesn't tolerate foot traffic well, place stone steppers among the moss to allow passage without damage to the cushiony surface. Make a Private Pavilion Create an intimate space in your Japanese garden with a teahouse or pavilion made of bamboo or wood. Use such a structure for entertaining or for viewing the serene landscape. Try a Pagoda Pillar Stone lanterns shaped as pagodas are staples of Japanese gardens. They can echo the roofline of a teahouse or covered gate entries in addition to providing a charming glow in the evening garden. Add Textural Contrast Shaded sections of the Japanese garden rely on subtle color contrast and bold textural differences to create interest. Here chartreuse and green hostas surround the base of a tree while variegated hakone grass softens the edge of the bed. Create Structure from Plants Trees in a Japanese garden often are pruned into shapes that reveal their architectural form. This Japanese maple shows its zigzag branching pattern. Arching branches reach over the contrasting groundcover and reflect in a nearby pool of water. Protect Yourself from Evil Spirits Legend has it that a zigzag bridge such as this one will protect you from evil spirits in the Japanese garden. The myth says that evil spirits can only travel in a straight line, so the bridge traps them, allowing you to escape to safety. Provide an Island Getaway A small island in the middle of this pond creates the illusion of a secluded Japanese garden retreat, even though the arch of the bridge is too steep to safely walk over. With a larger space and longer span on the bridge, you could access the island. Time for Reflection This small reflecting pool has a decidedly Japanese garden flavor. From the glass Japanese fishing float on its surface to the bamboo fountain, Japanese bloodgrass, stone pagoda lantern, and moss-covered rocks surrounding the pond, all elements blend in Asian style. Feed the Fish Colorful koi and goldfish bring hours of enjoyment to the Japanese garden. Train your fish to come on command for feeding time. Goldfish are hardier than koi, but both types may need to be overwintered indoors in cold climates. Go with the Flow The sound of moving water from waterfalls adds to the soothing nature of Japanese gardens. This stream is punctuated by two waterfalls and ponds. Papyrus, ornamental grasses, and groundcovers bring life to the stream edge. Deter Deer Naturally This clever bamboo device is designed to frighten deer away from the Japanese garden. The upper bamboo tube drips water into the larger, lower tube. When the tube fills, the weight of the water causes it to clunk against a bamboo mat resting on a stone. The sudden sound startles deer and reportedly scares them away. Braced with Bamboo Bamboo has many uses in Japanese gardens: It's grown as an ornamental plant, and it serves as an important structural component. This bamboo fence uses bamboo shoots as rails and smaller ones tied into latticework to follow the curve of the gravel path inlaid with steppingstones. Graceful Gravel Garden Raked gravel surrounding stones represents ripples of waves around islands. This type of Zen or Japanese garden is designed for contemplative thought and is super-easy to maintain. Artful Additions Personal touches in the Japanese garden should have a connection to nature. These polished egg-shape stones arranged in a bowl are a good example. Backed by the crimson foliage of a Japanese maple, they take on a sculptural quality. Stone Streambed Japanese gardens usually utilize representation. Here, tumbled gray river rocks of uniform size have been carefully arranged in this meandering dry streambed to create the illusion of flowing water. Ferns and evergreens line the stream, softening its "shoreline."
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We've been eating in the garden because summer is here. Up until now we've used a makeshift table of a piece of leftover melamine board from the kitchen and a plastic box. It is not elegant or particularly comfortable. *** The Genius of Japanese Carpentry: https://amzn.to/2NzhjVM *** *** Free Kindle ebook on Woodworking! https://amzn.to/2LGgaeI *** #japan #japanese #style #woodworking I wanted to make a nice, low table -- Japanese style, where we can eat together on a mat in the yard. I had scavenged some cedar planks from the local junk yard, which i'd been saving for just this type of project. They were 155cm long and 30cm deep, by 3cm thick. I cut them down to strips which I cut to rough length. These got glued together into a single tabletop. It was my largest glue-up experience so far and it wasn't particularly smooth. Things that I'll keep in mind for next time: 1. Carefully place each piece of wood. Once they are smooshed together, they are bastardly hard to move. 2. I need more clamps. It helped a lot that I was thorough in cleaning up the glue after clamping, so the sanding process went much easier. I started with 40 grit and went up to 220 grit in increments. The final tabletop was super smooth. The base of the table was made with pine scraps I had laying around the shop which I also scavenged recently. These were jointed and planed to rough sizes and then cut to length and width. I affixed the legs with glue onto a joint that they could sit into. I'm not sure what to call it :) Afterwards I sanded and stained the wood with a polyurethane stain in teak color. Post staining (and filming) I added three coats of lacquer for durability as it will be sitting outside. Thanks for watching! The music in this video was by Malyssa Bellarosa (a great song called "Pretend") and by Atlantica (Speed Limit). You can see their stuff here: - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Malyssa_Bellarosa/Surf_Music_Month_Challenge/01_Pretend - http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Speed_Limit_35/Surf_Music_Month_Challenge/Speed_Limit_35_-_Atlantica
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Japanese Garden Design. "Traditional to just the touch of the Orient". Some samples of "Before & After" landscape design and hardscapes. We are a full service landscape design company specializing in Japanese Garden designs. We also train and raise specimen plants at our private nursery. http://www.orientallandscape.com. http://www.japanesegardensmd.com. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lees-Oriental-Landscape-Art/154905214548227 Servicing the Washington Metropolitan area for over four decades.
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There is something innately profound and inherently calming about Asian design with Oriental overtones in large and Japanese design and architecture in particular. Maybe it is the influence of the regions philosophical outlook towards life that has shaped its style and design principles for several centuries or it could be a combination of their lifestyle that is deeply connected with nature and the topography of the region that offers them a unique insight into every aspect of life. Either way, an amalgamation of all these factors has shaped Japanese culture and lifestyle into a beautifully aesthetic and naturally relaxing form and the west has borrowed generously from them in the last century or so. Japanese gardens are another amazing gift from the Far East, which have given many modern homes a soothing and serene ambiance.
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Many Americans think of Japanese gardens in terms of either the famed gardens of Kyoto or display gardens in parks or botanic gardens here in the United States. But in Japan, small residential gardens are also beloved and ubiquitous, especially in dense urban areas. One common style, the tsuboniwa, is an internal courtyard garden that first came into vogue in the 1600s. These gardens were a way for middle-class city dwellers, inspired by large estate gardens, to bring a bit of nature into their own homes. Tsuboniwa are still popular today, as are pocket gardens in other tiny spaces adjacent to the home. Many small spaces in Brooklyn and other cities are very well suited for similar gardens. Just look at this lovely small Park Slope Japanese-style backyard garden. When the garden's owner, Roberta Samet, bought her classic Brooklyn brownstone in 1985, the 20- by 40-foot backyard was filled with construction debris and badly in need of a cleanup and overhaul. “That gave me carte blanche to create whatever I wanted,” she says. Samet had always admired the Japanese aesthetic and particularly loved the idea of having an evergreen garden. Samet hired landscape architect Gil Rosenthal (of Japanese Gardens by Gil Rosenthal, in Nassau County) to design and install the garden. He created an asymmetrical layout with a steppingstone path, a small pond and waterfall, and naturalistic plantings dominated by conifers like Sawara cypress and white pine, as well as Japanese maples.
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THE MILL HOUSE | GERT WINGÅRDH The Mill House is a combination guest-house and sauna designed by architect Gert Wingårdh. On the outside it is a simple cottage with a gabled roof and a big chimney, the archetype of a house as drawn by a young child. The inside, by contrast, is highly refined with superb detailing and craftsmanship. Every surface is treated as if it were fine furniture. The 50 m2 (538 ft2) of floor area provides room for both the sauna and a comfortable living area on the ground floor. The architect clearly wasn’t trying for the most efficient floor plan: the sauna is reached by about the most circuitous route possible in such a small house. Very likely the idea was to provide a sense of transition while heading to the sauna. Along the way, small porthole windows recessed into the thick masonry walls serve as beckoning lights at the ends of corridors. The upper floor is cantilevered over the living room and kitchen leaving a gap at the wall. That gap is enough to provide a glimpse of the adjacent courtyard from the upstairs bedroom. As well, morning sunlight can bounce off the ceiling into the spaces below. What really sets this small house apart is the landscaping. A stream runs along one side of the cottage, and there is a reflecting pool on the adjacent side. The walls on those sides are entirely glass so the water features can be enjoyed from inside as well. One of the keys to small house living is taking full advantage of the yard, creating outdoor rooms to supplement the inside space. Here the architect has provided a small pool for post-sauna dips, an outdoor dining area, and a terrace for lounging. Read more: http://www.wingardhs.se/ Subscribe and View more here: https://goo.gl/tHjsCp Thanks for watching #tinyhouse #smallhouse #cottage #cabin #smallisbeautiful #house #home #tiny #homedesign
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Picking fresh Veggies from the Organic Farm in the early sunny morning, amazing how the herbs are covered over night with a blanket and kept warm! And the foil on the ground prevents the weeds from growing and keeps the soil moist! I hope it inspires other countries to produce better!
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Japanese style garden design ideas Check out the videos and learn more about gardening ideas and tips for your yard, your garden or your front garden areas. Gardening can be more than just planting flowers. Gives an elegant touch to your outdoor space with these ideas of gardening with stone: Ideas for roads, patios, pharmacies, showers and more. In small gardens where space is too limited for the main focal points. Gardening can be more than just planting flowers. Creating nice and interesting garden designs or designing good gardening ideas are all about imagination. Prepare small garden ideas to start your small garden on a budget and decorate your home. Landscaping ideas in your backyard, including landscaping design ideas for gardens, flowers and garden design. You can create a garden theme, choose plants that attract wildlife such as birds, frogs, at home, in front of the house, kindergarten, long gardens, supermarkets, landscaping, low maintenance, patios Large, small gardens, balconies, small spaces, low budget, nursery, narrow garden, new construction, narrow spaces, new homes, raised garden and more. Ideas and tips for your yard's garden, your front yard or your backyard living spaces. Including photos, gardens facilities, drawings and ideas to improve your outdoor space. Small gardens or even balcony areas have a lot to do for them and they can bring as much joy as a larger plot! These intimate spaces may be the perfect place to cool off in the afternoon, you have to think of garden DIY vertical ideas that are easy to implement and maintain, as are the small spaces.
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Add some zen to your garden with this Japanese style bench; made with little expertise in this episode of Weekend Workshop. MORE WEEKEND WORKSHOP TUTORIALS BELOW: https://www.digitaltrends.com/weekend-workshop/ SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LATEST VIDEOS http://bit.ly/DTYouTubeSub VISIT DIGITAL TRENDS http://www.digitaltrends.com/ DT Daily: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8110CBCACD741FEC DT Originals: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEA870D36335F60D2 DT Podcasts: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZEIwIHCxaFVemFMYm9Uqixqt7RxRJnhf FOLLOW US! https://www.facebook.com/digitaltrends https://twitter.com/digitaltrends https://www.instagram.com/digitaltrends https://plus.google.com/+digitaltrends/posts
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http://www.dublingatecompany.com/ http://www.browzer.net/10-japanese-style-garden-gates/ Traditional Japanese gardens are the epitome of minimalist design and can be created from basic, inexpensive materials such as gravel, rocks and reclaimed timber. The tranquil spaces which are created ideal for relaxing, meditating and getting away from the stresses of every day life.
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There is something innately profound and inherently calming about Asian design with Oriental overtones in large and Japanese design and architecture in particular. Maybe it is the influence of the regions philosophical outlook towards life that has shaped its style and design principles for several centuries or it could be a combination of their lifestyle that is deeply connected with nature and the topography of the region that offers them a unique insight into every aspect of life. Either way, an amalgamation of all these factors has shaped Japanese culture and lifestyle into a beautifully aesthetic and naturally relaxing form and the west has borrowed generously from them in the last century or so. Japanese gardens are another amazing gift from the Far East, which have given many modern homes a soothing and serene ambiance. While Japanese gardens initially started off by borrowing largely from the Chinese model, over several hundred years they evolved their own inimitable flavor and distinct features that are identified as intrinsic and essential components of the set up. These gardens are basically miniature versions of bigger and grander landscapes and they are a pleasing and idealized view of nature at its nourishing best.
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🔴 Ideas For Garden and Backyard. Japanese Style in Landscape Design. Part 8
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Glorious Japanese Garden Ideas Japanese gardens emphasize tranquility and balance. Find out more in this gallery of Japanese gardens. Welcome to our gallery of tranquil Japanese gardens! There are two distinct thoughts on gardening philosophies. Many people are familiar with the backyard Western garden ideology. In America, this is almost the standard style of gardening. But if you are looking for something with a bit more of an Eastern appeal you should consider a Japanese garden. Japanese gardens are very different than Western gardens. There are specific elements, traditions, and philosophies that contribute to Japanese gardening. It takes a good foundation in these principles as well as practice to become a master of the Japanese garden. There are various types of Japanese gardens that you can choose from. While there are different styles of Japanese gardens, each style has a few things in common. All Japanese gardens have a unique style that emphasizes different components than those of typical Western gardens. Design Features of Japanese Gardens One of the most important aspects emphasized in all Japanese gardens is balance. Components of the garden should be carefully chosen. Everything in a garden should be balanced, but not necessarily even. This balance is not so much an issue of symmetry as it is a concern of space. Space should be used as an element in its own regard, as much as any other element in the garden. Items should be included in odd numbers, such as one or three or five stones, trees, or other elements. There should not be an even number of items. The balance should not come from the symmetry of these items but rather how elements work with the other elements in the garden. (Source: Japan Orbit) One component of the Japanese gardening philosophy that is sometimes difficult for Westerners to understand is the element of wabi and sabi. These two terms are not easily translated. Wabi literally translates to ‘solitary,’ but in the case of Japanese gardens is more akin to unique or special. If an item in your garden has the element of wabi, it will stand out as a contrasting component while still containing the spirit of your space. Many Japanese gardens use stone lanterns or some other Asian inspired structure to bring out the sense of wabi. Sabi, on the other hand, translates closely to ‘patina.’ When applied to Japanese gardening it is used as a way to say that something has an ideal image; or, in the case of balancing wabi and sabi, this means that your standout piece should reflect the image of your space. Many times this includes wear and age, because aged and worn pieces have a natural and storied look. A new stone lantern may have wabi but lack sabi, and a rock covered in moss may have sabi while lacking wabi. There are many ways to go about balancing wabi and sabi. A special tree, a lantern, or a particularly interesting rock, all aged and reflecting the spirit of the garden are great examples of a well balanced wabi sabi. Japanese gardens also differ from Western gardens in how they are treated through the seasons. Many Western gardens are packed up, abandoned, and forgotten during off seasons. Japanese gardens should be designed so that they can be enjoyed in all seasons. A design that changes with the seasons offers different things each season to the garden goers. With spring comes the bright colors of the blossoms. Summer contrasts the lush greenery with the shadows and waters. Fall brings a splash of colors as leaves change, while winter brings a shroud of snow and the quiet solace of a winter’s night. Space is another element that is used differently in a Japanese garden than in a Western garden. Western gardens are often full and blooming with large explosions of color and greenery. Japanese gardens utilize space and balance to create a complete look. Less is more in this style of gardening. With fewer components, each component means more and each has more weight and impact on the overall look. One thing many Westerners notice when they look at Japanese inspired gardens is that the gardens often seem empty. But in the Japanese style, space is a component which helps define the elements that it surrounds. This calls back to the idea of balance. Space defines the elements within and in turn is defined by the things in it. In a Japanese garden, lines are important. You don’t want anything in your garden that has an overly man made feel. Square lines and harsh angles feel too manufactured. Your lines and angles should all be rounded, rough, and organic. The components of your garden should work together as in nature. This is also why things should come in odd numbers as it helps with that natural asymmetry. Aspects of your garden should be a representation of natural landscapes themselves. Large rocks become mountains and ponds are oceans. source https://www.homestratosphere.com/japanese-garden-ideas/
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Aiko visits her ojiisan's (Grandpa's) vegetable garden, where he grows soramame (broad bean), naganegi (leek), piiman (green pepper), naganegi (onion), kyuuri (cucumber), suica (watermelon), okura (okura) and jagaimo (potato). Her ojjisan drives 13km to get to his garden plot that he rents outside of Tokyo city in the prefecture of Chiba. Aiko then cooks and eats the soramame. Music: Sweet Promise - Happy Guitar Background Music by Nicolai Heidlas Video Gear I Use 📷 Camera: https://amzn.to/2JzuLII 📷 Wide Lens: http://amzn.to/2BcJCGJ 📷 Prime Lens: http://amzn.to/2C2LEpt 📷 Drone: https://amzn.to/2Qbt9XV 🎤 Microphone: https://amzn.to/2Pxx58d 📺 Monitor: http://amzn.to/2E8XzUI 📷 All the rest: https://kit.com/lifewhereimfrom/youtube-filming-gear Connect 🗲Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lifewhereimfrom 🗲Life Where I'm From X Channel: http://bit.ly/ytlwifx 🗲Website: http://www.lifewhereimfrom.com 🗲Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lifewhereimfrom 🗲Instagram: https://instagram.com/lifewhereimfrom 🗲Twitter: https://twitter.com/lifewhereimfrom
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Part 1- teaches you the various components of Japanese Gardens. Part 2- teaches you how to design Japanese Gardens using these components. Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46UDBAYnD04 Transcript "Everyone loves Japanese gardens! I'm going to show you how to design them!" This first video will show you the various elements of a Japanese garden and part 2 will show you how to design using these elements. First a few principals of Japanese garden designs. Japanese gardens are traditionally designed to be a natural place for rest and relaxation and are not driven by ego. They exercise restraint and modesty. This doesn't mean be boring, be Modest. Also part of the reason Japanese gardens feel so different is that there is often no geometric order that we are so used to seeing in gardens. So lets get started. Here are some really interesting and traditional elements of Japanese gardens. These are garden components designed to be idealised representations of the landscape of Japan. Water Water is an extremely important part of Japanese Gardens. Water bodies were used to represent lakes, rivers, oceans and swamps. An important tip however for Japanese Gardens is to not show the entire water body. Have it disappearing around a corner or behind rocks. A unique alternative to rocks however is the use of sand or granite aggregate to represent water. Often these are combed into shapes or patterns and are referred to as dry gardens. Rock work Waterbodies were often accompanied by large boulders or rocks representing the islands and mountains of Japan. Boulders can be clustered together or kept singular, like real islands, and they were often covered of partially covered in moss or vegetation. It is very important to bury the rocks two thirds deep to create the most natural looking rockwork. Waterfalls. Waterfalls were used regularly and often it was created in the valley between two rock mountains. Hills Hills were often created out of the left over soil from digging the pond. Traditionally 3 or 4 hills of different sizes were the best arrangement and a representation of Mt Fuji was considered to be most desirable. Lets have a look at some of the features of Japanese gardens that aren't idealised representations of the Japanese Landscape." For full transcript message me and I will get it to you ASAP! Thanks
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My design the Japanese style koi Garden was completed .Filteration System by supermarine NEW-650*2.Much specialist of each field gathered and was made. This photo gives a good idea of constructing a nice japanese style koipond. Super Marine Pond Filtration NEW-650 Bio mechanical water filtration system for Koi, fish ponds, and water gardens. The pond filter is essential for keeping your koi pond water crystal clear and free of pollutants. 錦鯉を飼える日本庭園池を造って欲しいとご依頼がありました。 池工事工程→http://www.koibest.com/koujibu-reform6.html ㈱京阪水処理開発 京阪錦鯉センター設計・施工 錦鯉の飼える鑑賞池 スーパーマリンを設置・稼働テストの状況です。最初は試運転のため、不純物で雲がかっていた池水が一気に透明度をましています。 これは、濾過が完璧に行わている為ですが、、、 スーパーマリンの本領発揮はここからです。 数ヶ月もすれば、池内に好気性菌が繁殖し、飼育水にテリツヤが出来始めます。。。 言葉で表現するのはむつかしいですが、 人間の肌で言うと・・・荒れた肌にうるおい・ハリとツヤが戻った感じ！！ 水にいきいきした感覚があり、そこに住むコイもイキイキとしています。 池に活気がありますね。 当社は錦鯉の飼育できる造池を専門にしています。 京阪錦鯉ろ過システム facebookページ：http://www.facebook.com/koibest1151 当社が作る京阪錦鯉循環ろ過システムは今までの造園学にはない最新のろ過循環システムです。 バイオリアクター(生物膜式循環濾過機)はスーパーマリンNEW-650×2 フル装備仕様 忙しいご主人様をわずらわせない、為にできるだけメンテのないシステムを採用です。 上質な飼育水を造り出すための、配管構造、循環濾過システム 飼育水量15ｔという限られた池のキャパシティーを最大限に発揮するため 過剰な過密飼育にも耐えうる、ハイスペックな濾過装置を搭載、 最高の飼育環境を造り出します・・・。 比重の重い悪水質 底水を効率よく導水させる集水ピットユニット PIT-580□*2基 濾過処理水はアクアジェットにてリターンさせます。 ～京阪錦鯉濾過システム概要（池水循環システム）～ 循環濾過：スーパーマリンNEW-650×2 生物膜式循環濾過方式 循環ポンプ：750ｗ×2 濾過処理水経路：アクアジェット 沈澱槽・生物処理槽（生物浄化材ヘチマロン使用：爆気エアレーション内臓） 鑑賞池用池底集水ピットユニットPIT-580□×6基 底水配管 Super Marine Pond Biofilter Bio mechanical water filtration system for Koi, fish ponds, and water gardens. 京阪錦鯉ろ過システム Keihan Koi Farm http://www.koibest.com 〒573-0117 2-20-1 Sugi Hirakatacity Osaka Japan TEL (＋81) 72-896-1151 FAX （＋81） 72-896-1651 （有）京阪錦鯉センター 〒573-0117 大阪府枚方市杉2-20-1 TEL （072）-896-1151 FAX （072）-896-1651 Email [email protected] HP http://www.koibest.com 営業時間：9:00～17:00 定休日：火曜日
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Here is a video about my attempts to train a Cyprus tree and topiary it in the Japanese cloud pruning style. Things didn't quite go to plan... My new book, Journal of an Irish Garden, may be purchased at this address... http://www.lulu.com/shop/rachel-darlington/journal-of-an-irish-garden/paperback/product-22467812.html
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In this tutorial we are going over techniques and props you can use to create stunning serene oriental zen gardens. A request by many in passed oriental tutorials, we finally did it... After some tinkering with blocks we managed to put together an amazing looking zen garden for you to further decorate your oriental or Chinese and Japanese builds. We will be covering a bunch of props you can use and techniques to make your garden look natural and relaxing. Lets get to it. Find the Cherry Blossom Tree Tutorial here in case you wish to learn more techniques to build them: https://youtu.be/doEbtROL4HQ Other oriental tutorials you can combine with this zen garden: Oriental House/Temple: https://youtu.be/upkIH1D6fXA Oriental Pagoda Tower: https://youtu.be/vMHfC9M4KT8 Oriental Fountain: https://youtu.be/u84SUH6r2Pw How to build Cherry Blossom Trees: https://youtu.be/doEbtROL4HQ Oriental Castle: https://youtu.be/oxF81zF6i2M Zen Garden Ideas: You are here. Download the schematic for this zen garden here: https://www.planetminecraft.com/project/zen-garden-ideas-schematic/ _________________________________________________________________ Help us improve the quality of our video's with a small donation to the channel. All donations go to upgrading our equipment to improve our content quality. https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=JCZLGYTBYCHNW Thank you. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Follow us on: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100014170089014 - Twitter: https://twitter.com/CubiCraftExtra - Planet Minecraft: http://www.planetminecraft.com/member/cubi_craft/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Music under royalty free license - https://player.epidemicsound.com/ __________________________________________________________________ Ways to describe this tutorial: amazing garden ideas, zen garden ideas, amazing minecraft zen garden ideas, minecraft zen garden ideas, minecraft garden ideas, minecraft zen garden design, oriental garden idea, oriental garden design, minecraft oriental garden ideas, minecraft oriental garden design, minecraft japanese garden idea, minecraft japanese zen garden idea, minecraft japanese garden tutorial, minecraft japanese zen garden tutorial, See Tags.
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This is my most recent art project that showcases a Japanese/ Greene and Greene style as well as a few of my own ideas. I live and work in Victoria B.C Canada. My websites: http://www.samuraicarpenter.com http://www.risenwoodworks.com
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PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE WATCHING THE VIDEO. (See what this tree looked like a year later in the video entitled "Laceleaf Japanese Maple & Coast Pine—Restorative Pruning —Year Two.") This Japanese maple hadn't been pruned in years. It contained much dead wood and many crisscrossing branches. Therefore, I had to radically prune it to regain proper structure, even as Japanese bonsai artists do with wild trees when they start the bonsai process. Moreover, I pruned this tree in the middle of the growing season with two more months of growing left to go. By the time it is done growing, it will have a full crown with good branching architecture. It's not possible to show or explain this whole process in a quick video. If people don't understand this, they're likely to think that I over-pruned this tree. Furthermore, I live and work in the coastal area of the Pacific Northwest in Oregon where plants grow very quickly in our moderate climate. That's why Oregon has traditionally been the number one timber producing state in the U.S. for years , and why we are in the middle of a major nursery stock growing region. Trees and shrubs just grow quickly here. In other parts of the country where plants grow slower, such a radical pruning approach may not be advisable. Enjoy.
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Years before, this coast pine tree had been pruned out in then iwaki style of Japanese pruning, but had been let go. When the tree came to me, it was a solid undifferentiated mass of overgrowth and with many dead interior branches and needles. It was my job to return the tree to its former glory. This meant removing the dead stuff and many criss-crossing branches. This was done in the spring, and was the first step in restoration process. The next video shows what the tree looked like a year later and the second round of restorative pruning that I did at that time.
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Japanese Garden Design - Ideas and Examples Excellent for small spaces, traditional Japanese garden design can give you many ideas that can be applied to your landscaping project. The elements of good design for Japanese Gardens actually come from ancient Chinese literature, and the name Kenroku-en, one of the 3 best gardens in Japan actually means a garden combining six. We look at how you can use the basic elements in your garden design. They can be applied even in small backyard gardens. The Six elements that relate to Japanese style gardens are listed. 1.Seclusion - This is obtained by creating small enclosed areas 2.Spaciousness - An open area, this could be a lawn, or a pond. 3.Artificiality - Trained and pruned trees, artificial rock outcrops, hills, mounds and similar. 4.Antiquity - The use of old statues and objects including old stone pathways. 5.Waterways - The use of water is essential, streams, ponds, fountains and waterfalls as well as water containers 6.Panoramas - Views, either to areas outside the garden or positions within the garden, such as a hilled or raised area where much of the garden can be viewed.
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Here you can see a small Japanese-style garden. There is something innately profound and inherently calming about Asian design with Oriental overtones in small Japanese designs. Find and save ideas about Small Japanese Garden on this video. Hope from this video you get inspiration for your garden. Please subscribe my channel on : http://www.youtube.com/heryzsuzo. Source Images : decoist.com
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