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TAKASHI SAWANO was born in Shizuoka, Japan in 1948. His love of nature and the Japanese landscape expressed itself at a very early age, making his choice of career a simple one. He received his degree in ornamental horticulture from Minami Kyushu University in 1972. After traveling throughout the USA and Europe, he finally settled in England where he has lived for the past 25 years. He is the United Kingdom's foremost designer of Japanese gardens and his work can be seen in private homes, commercial developments and public parks. Whilst his gardens are true to the original Japanese traditions, he adapts them to suit the climate, environment and materials of their particular setting which makes his work unique. He is also a master of ikebana, which he teaches and demonstrates. He and his wife live near London with their two cats.


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I've always wanted to have my own Japanese garden but whenever I bought a book on the subject it was just too complicated and complex to understand. Takashi Sawano has managed to write a book for those of us who aren't born gardeners! It's easy to understand and now I have a fabulous Japanese garden that all my friends rave about. I really can't recommend this book enough. If you want an authentic Japanese garden that looks like it's straight out of Japan then buy this book and you can do it all on your own!
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I bought this book, while I was on a trip around in Japan, because I needed basic information about the japanese garden history.
It gave me brief idea about that. Further more there are many step by step instructions how to build your own garden. It's very easy and even gardening dummies can do it. I did it. And now I'm the hero of my village.
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HASH(0x8cb7cd5c) von 5 Sternen The easy way to have your own Japanese garden! 26. Januar 2000
Von Saskia Lichtenstern - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I've always wanted to have my own Japanese garden but whenever I bought a book on the subject it was just too complicated and complex to understand. Takashi Sawano has managed to write a book for those of us who aren't born gardeners! It's easy to understand and now I have a fabulous Japanese garden that all my friends rave about. I really can't recommend this book enough. If you want an authentic Japanese garden that looks like it's straight out of Japan then buy this book and you can do it all on your own!
47 von 47 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x8cb7cdb0) von 5 Sternen Interesting, even for non-gardeners 11. April 2005
Von Tony Hughes - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I think of this book as Japanese Gardening for Dummies. I'm not a particularly experienced gardender however I was able to follow how and what I should do to create my Japanese garden and, just as importantly for me, why I should do this.

Other books may provide more history but if your aim is to build a Japanese garden, this may be the book for you.
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HASH(0x8cb7d08c) von 5 Sternen A practical yet beautiful guide. Indispensable. 14. Mai 2006
Von PoBeC - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Like many others I have long craved the simplistic beauty & calming ambience of japanese garden design thinking I could neither afford bringing in professionals nor summon the skill to execute one myself........then i bought this book. Using Mr Sawano's expert guidance & exquisite knowledge to easily lead me through my own design project i have created my very own dream garden. I have loved every minute of the process -so much so that I have even volunteered to make over my friends garden for him!! The books still sits proudly on my coffee table, but even better is that through my window I have the real thing to enjoy. I am so looking forward to my first summer with it.
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HASH(0x8cb7d5b4) von 5 Sternen Wonderful charts and how-to, few photos and inspiration 5. November 2009
Von Gen of North Coast Gardening - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm a landscape designer with about six Japanese Gardening books. I keep this one because it has a lot of charts, graphs, and illustrative pictures showing how to use the concepts most books just vaguely allude to. For example, how to arrange rocks seems like a simple concept till you try to do it; then it is frustrating how vague the other books are. This book has pages of actual charts of HOW to put the co0ncepts into practice.

The one big quibble with the book - very few photos, so if you're looking for inspiration, you're out of luck. Also, the photos used are a bit dated and show a lot of things that people try to veer away from today, like the "necklace of rocks" around a pond for example. A lot of 70's style design here.

This is a valuable book, but should not be your only book. Try Serene Gardens to start with.
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HASH(0x8cb7ce70) von 5 Sternen Informative, specific, but ultimately not what I was looking for 17. September 2007
Von Julie C. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I think this a good book for someone ready to start digging now to create their Japanese garden, someone who knows exactly what they want to do. The beginning of the book was interesting, and provided good information about and reasons for the different elements of a Japanese garden - such as water, stone lanterns, bridges, and plantings.
I was hoping for a little more inspiration through photographs and seeing more examples of gardens people have created. This book gets down to the step-by-step details of building fences and dry riverbeds for example.
The book does have a nice materials/plant/planting guide in the back which I took a few notes from. But I'm in a brainstorming phase with my garden not the brass tacks phase, so I did return the book and will look into a book that is more photography-based and example-based, than how-to.
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