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Japanese Gardening Element and Technique

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 - Backyard, Gardening, Outdoor

Small Japanese Garden Design

Japanese management techniques in the garden is one of several techniques that are considered the most beautiful estates and beautiful in the world. Japanese gardening is a unique way to spend your free time while in the house. It does not take a long time it is useful to gain experience in gardening. Let’s adventure to learn the technique of Japanese gardening.

Japanese Gardening History Element and Technique

Japanese gardening art in the first took of Chinese gardening art. They are slowly gaining popularity in medieval times. More and more who likes Japanese gardening art, it evolved into four unique styles, Zen Gardens, Tea Gardens, Small Gardens Stroll yards and gardens. Principles and main objectives in conducting Japanese gardening there to appreciate nature as it is and it does not damaging nature. which means not to make nature into something that can not be found in the wild, making nature into something unique, but with the natural wealth that already exists, rather than making the water with a purple dye. you must be familiar with the In and Yo or what we know in Chinese culture Yin and Yang. Very important to balance the nature, components and time by choosing wisely what we should do.

Another aspect of Japanese gardening is privacy. to achieve this, the other side of the much-needed way to see sights, including the fence and the bridge that divides the garden into several sections. archway and the separate elements are very often used. A common way to tease the audience vision is to make a small hole in the fence so the audience can both see and admire what lies ahead. Before we discuss more about the design, we will first discuss some of the key material used as the key to making your own Japanese garden.

Ishi (Rocks)

Rocks, is a natural part of the structure in the garden. It can set the tone for a variety of styles. on zen garden design, stone used is a type of the tall vertical (Body Stone), flat (Heart Stone),arching (Branching stone) and the reclining stone(stone ox). proper placement of the stone is very important, but not too excessive. Remember to apply the simple rules for using one of several types of stone to the right. Usually the rocks are placed in a threesome.

Mizu (Water)

Water, it is inevitable to mention it is an important natural component for each type of garden in the world. Although there is no water, try using gravel ripples are commonly used for this kind of Zen Garden. Can be used to represent the sea or rivers. although not sufficient to put a garden pondor river, basin of water is enough to represent this element.

Shokobutsy (Greenery)

Greenery, the most important element is the plant. no means you can not plant gardening. But if you do not have enough plants to fill it, you can use the grass and even moss instead of greenery. On Japanese gardening, evergreen is the most preferred.

Tenkebutsu and Shakkei.

Ornaments, ornament will once again make a beautiful garden. like a bowl of water symbolizes Mizu or lantern to light rock. Shakkei is the on borrowed scenery. is not among the main objects in the garden but additional objects that can be inserted into it. There are also various types Shakkei distant objects (mountains), close objects (sakura), the object height (above the fence) and the object (under fences). From the post above. you can select the types of Japanese gardening what you want. here are the photos which may inspire you to be able to make a Japanese garden design.

Lanscape Japanese Garden Ideas

Japanese Stone Garden

Japanese Rock Backyard Garden

Japanese Home Garden With Koi Ponds

Japanese Garden Portland

Japanese Garden House

Japanese Beautiful Rock Garden

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Pictures gallery of Japanese Gardening Element and Technique

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  • Japanese Garden Portland
  • Japanese Garden Ideas
  • Japanese Garden House
  • Japanese Bonsai Garden Plant
  • Japanese Beautiful Rock Garden
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