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Úvod - bonsaigarden

Úvod - bonsaigarden

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum, and by 1937, officials agreed that the Arboretum needed a Japanese Garden.  It wasn't until 1957 that The Arboretum Foundation began raising funds for the creation of the Japanese Garden. The Foundation asked Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project.

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum, and by 1937, officials agreed that the Arboretum needed a Japanese Garden. It wasn't until 1957 that The Arboretum Foundation began raising funds for the creation of the Japanese Garden. The Foundation asked Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project.

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959  Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E-  https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum. Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project. The design was completed in 1959 Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0zA9HkRhM&list=PL8V0NrUM5KhDNXC3Rap6OnqvT7n4Xs8E- https://www.pinterest.com/michaelroybal20/seattle-japanese-garden/

Trees and stones

Trees and stones

Japanese House, Japanese Gardens, Asian Garden, Zen, Plants

#旅行#観光#京都#醍醐寺#庭園#左奥は亀山と鶴山#写真好きな人と繋がりたい…

#旅行#観光#京都#醍醐寺#庭園#左奥は亀山と鶴山#写真好きな人と繋がりたい…

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum, and by 1937, officials agreed that the Arboretum needed a Japanese Garden.  It wasn't until 1957 that The Arboretum Foundation began raising funds for the creation of the Japanese Garden. The Foundation asked Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project.

In 1924, the Olmstead Brothers designed the University of Washington Arboretum, and by 1937, officials agreed that the Arboretum needed a Japanese Garden. It wasn't until 1957 that The Arboretum Foundation began raising funds for the creation of the Japanese Garden. The Foundation asked Tatsuo Moriwaki of Tokyo Metro Parks to help guide the process. He selected Kiyoshi Inoshita and Juki Iida to design the project.

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The Japanese Garden in Buffalo's Frederick Olmsted's designed Delaware Park ~ Buffalo, NY

Tatton, Cheschire - Love the layers, some round sculpted elements, some fluffy...appearance of horizontal lines created by the tree branches.

Lush Japanese garden look with rounded shrubs, taller trees, a tea house and stone walkways.

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