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The team of Real Japanese Gardens has released the world-wide first e-book about the Japanese garden in Funda-in temple, which was first built by Zen priest Sesshu and partially re-designed by modern Japanese garden master Shigemori Mirei. - June 21, 2013
After their successful e-book about bamboo in Japanese gardens and bamboo maintenance, the team of Real Japanese Gardens introduces the Japanese signature plant moss to their world-wide readership. - June 05, 2013
Japanese garden travel website “Real Japanese Gardens” announced their second PechaKucha talk in SuperDeluxe Roppongi on May 29th 2013. - May 16, 2013
The team of the Japan garden and travel website “Real Japanese Gardens” (www.japanesegardens.jp) announced a free garden tour on Thursday, May 23rd 2013 through three world-famous rock gardens of Daitoku-ji, one of Kyoto’s biggest Zen temple complexes. - May 15, 2013
After Katsura Imperial Villa and Sento Imperial Palace, the e-book series about Kyoto’s Imperial gardens ends with a picture ebook about the three Japanese gardens of Shugaku-in Rikyu. - May 09, 2013
On 10 pages and in 53 quality pictures, the garden design duo Keizo Hayano and Jenny Feuerpeil introduce the beauty and versatility of bamboo as a fencing material. Being rooted deeply in Japan’s traditional garden culture, bamboo fences have evolved over the centuries and are today as relevant as ever in Japanese gardens. - April 29, 2013
The creators of the website “Real Japanese Gardens” have released a short eBooks and picture collection about garden paths in Japanese Zen temples and gardens. - April 18, 2013
Under the title “Real Japanese Gardens,” the website introduces 90 Japanese gardens to travelers and garden enthusiasts. Tokyo-based garden designer Keizo Hayano and German garden designer Jenny Feuerpeil write short eBooks about Japanese garden culture. They focus on providing authentic, reliable information in combination with a great number of quality pictures at an affordable price. An eBook with 10-15 pages and 40-60 illustrations sells currently for USD 1.95. - February 27, 2013
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