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Japanese beech fagus crenata from Katoh family Omiya Japan. 16 elements
Japanese beech fagus crenata from Katoh family Omiya Japan.Shirakawa go 23 elements
A walk in the Japanese traditional town of Shirakawa-go.Samurai house in Japan 25 elements
Samurai house in Japan in kanazawa cityANRAKUJI temple Kyoto 22 elements
Some picture from Anrakuji temple in Kyoto.GAFU TEN JANUARY 2019 KYOTO JAPON 43 elements
Well know exhibition every years in january in Kyoto japan.One of the biggest shohin bonsai in Japan.Shima tea house a Kanazawa 24 elements
Another beautifull place in Kanazawa city.
The unique collection of master Hino on the island of Shikoku.
Passionate by the pines growed of seedling he dedicates all his life there. Very endearing character of the world of the bonsaï Japanese Mr. Hino welcomes me has several times with kindness and simplicity. One of the most beautiful gardens of bonsaï in 30 years of journeys to Japan.
Tomoya Nishikawa bonsi garden. 13 elements
Tomoya Nishikawa bonsi garden. Fabulous bonsaï garden himeji city japan.
Our copper watering cans are made by hand in Japan. The Negishi company is one of the last surviving firms still crafting watering cans for bonsai. It's a family tradition and the skills have been passed from father to son. Admire the quality of the pieces and the welder's dexterity as he uses a soldering iron heated on a charcoal fire.The kenroku en garden in Kanazawa city, Japan 29 elements
Considered to be one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan, Kenrokuen is situated 500km west of Tokyo. It was created in 1620 by the Maeda family.Kaikaro geisha house 37 elements
Kaikaro is a preserved teahouse building in Higashi Chayagai District, Kanazawa. View the interiors, featuring red lacquered stairs, a tea ceremony room and tatami mats. The museum is open to visitors for tours, tea and geisha parties.The vast Adachi Japanese garden 35 elements
The huge Adachi Japanese garden and art museum is 900km south of Tokyo in the Shimane ken prefecture. Comprising six gardens, it was created by a passionate amateur Adachi Zenko, who was 71 when construction started.The world of Master Saburo Katoh and his forest bonsai masterpieces 23 elements
A portfolio of bonsai works by Master Saburo Katoh shown at his exhibition in Ueno, Tokyo. This body of work shows his life dedicated to his passion for bonsai. His forests contain different species of deciduous and evergreen trees.Ken Fujiwara's works in progress 23 elements
Master Ken Fujiwara is a tutor who is frequently invited to teach workshops at Maillot-Bonsai. Take a look at these photos showing before and after pictures and the evolution of creating his trees.
Okochi sanso villa kyoto
Okochi sanso is a superb garden that belonged to the Japanese movie star Ohkouchi Denjiro (1898-1962). He constructed a unique garden with a villa, south of Mount Ogura, over 30 years. Various pathways in different styles traverse the garden, offering intriguing detours and turns that show the space from different perspectives. This is Guy Maillot's favourite walking garden for its natural planting and original spatial design.Chiharu Imai's fabulous bonsai garden 27 elements
An insight into one of the best bonsai collections in Japan. In the Shizuoka region, Chiharu Imai's small nursery houses numerous unique bonsai that win prizes at the big Japanese bonsai exhibitions.Inside Kiyoshi Murakawa's bonsai nursery 41 elements
Maillot-Bonsai works with and buys from only the best bonsai nurseries in Japan. Kiyoshi Murakawa has been a tutor at our bonsai workshops in France and here we share with you some pictures of his nursery.Bonsai tips in pictures: how to shape a juniper tree 16 elements
A step-by-step slideshow showing how to shape a Juniperus Chinesis 'Itoigawa' bonsai tree.
We also offer bonsai coursesThe wild juniperus of Osezaki 14 elements
For amateur juniper bonsaists a spectacular and unique place exists in Japan, Osezaki. This is located near Numazu city in Suruga Bay, 125km south of Tokyo, more commonly known as Biwa island. The reefs and marine life attract scuba divers and the area is popular for water sports. However, for tree enthusiasts on the shores there stand gigantic wild juniperus chinensis that are several hundred years old. These junipers are recognised as a national treasure and have intricate twisted and knotted trunks and branches. A temple gate marks the entrance to this spot.Ritsurin garden from the Edo Era 28 elements
Ritsurin landscape garden in Takamatsu city on Shikoku island is considered to be one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan. These photos, taken in November, 2010, show the launch of the illuminations. It was attended by international bonsaists Lucas Crespi, Marc Bauwens, Gerit Lodder and Guy Maillot.How to shape a white pine in semi-cascade style 7 elements
In pictures: step-by-step instructions on training a seven-year-old pine in han kengai bonsai style. The images reveal the methods of cleaning the needles and binding the trunk with wire for a gracious cascade.Rooter pot user's guide 24 elements
See how to use rooter pots to propagate trees and bushes using a system called air layering. Use them on bonsai or simply to clone plants that are difficult to sow from seed or grow from cuttings.Master Kentaro Shiino's garden in Japan 43 elements
If you want to see what the bonsai display of a real master looks like, view these photos of Master SHIINO's marvellous garden.An exemplary tree: styrax japonica 15 elements
One of the most beautiful bonsai masterpieces from the famous nurseries of master Shimizu.Styling a pinus pentaphylla bonsai tree 21 elements
In pictures: how to structure and form a pinus pentaphylla.Repotting a trident maple 35 elements
Repotting and training by wiring an acer buergerianum. See the evolution of this tree over four years of cultivation.Rhodohypoxis 23 elements
Rhodohypoxis are South African herbaceous perennials that can be used to accompany bonsai as kusamono plants. Here is amateur Wolfgang Putz's collection.The art of kusamono 28 elements
Ideas for how to present kusamono to accompany bonsai. These perfect plant arrangements are pleasing to the eye and fun to create. Interesting mini pots, jita shelves, tables and bamboo mats add to the effect.A bonsai demonstration by Guy Maillot in New York 16 elements
At Shanti bithi nursery in New York, Guy Maillot works on a pinus 'kokonoe' at the open house.Bonsai from Japan 18 elements
For your viewing pleasure, we share with you our bonsai imported from Japan.Japanese gardens in Kyoto city 30 elements
See Guy Maillot's personal photo album documenting his frequent trips to Japan. These pictures show his walk through gardens and temples in the south of Japan.How to twist a bonsai trunk in 10 lessons 9 elements
Master Murakawa shows us how to twist the trunk of a pin sylvestre.Forming a pinus pentaphylla 28 elements
In pictures: how to clean, cut, wire and pot a small white Japanese pine.Demonstration on a juniperus chinensis 18 elements
In pictures: restructuring, training and repotting a juniperus chinensis.Rhododendron school 17 elements
Master Tetsuya Murakawa's rhododendron workshop where amateurs work on satsuki azalea.Kyoto trip 39 elements
Our travels in Japan constantly inspire our garden landscaping services and this trip to Kyoto in autumn is no exception.