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Japanese touch for your garden
|Statement||Kiyoshi Seike, Masanobu Kudō with David H. Engel, editorial consultant.|
|Contributions||Kudō, Masanobu., Engel, David H.|
|LC Classifications||SB466.J3 S44 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|ISBN 10||4770016611, 4770016611|
This week we had the pleasure of making a garden for the lovely Gina Constable, an incredible and unstoppable fund raiser for the Midlands Air Ambulance service. In the past 25 years she has raised £,!!! Gina’s late husband Tony had a dream to transform their garden into a peaceful sanctuary, so ten years after he passed away we finally made that dream come [ ]. Condition: Collectible; Acceptable. [FIRST EDITION] Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, Hardcover, no dust jacket. pages., gravure frontis, 11 plates, b/w illustrations. An interesting book on the history, design and materials of Japanese gardens, covering a wide variety of gardens, walls, tea rooms and traditional Japanese houses.
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A Japanese Touch for Your Garden is a concise introduction to the practical aspects of making a Japanese garden. Whether it's a spacious suburban lot, an office courtyard, or a tiny, inner-city backyard, here are hundreds of creative but time-honored ways to make maximum use of the available space/5(2).
Buy a cheap copy of A Japanese Touch for Your Garden book by Kiyoshi Seike. One hundred fifty full-color plates illustrate a guide to creating a Japanese garden that includes ground plans and a concise text.
Free shipping over $ Japanese touch for your garden. Tokyo ; New York: Kodansha International ; New York: distributed in the United States through Harper & Row, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: 清家, 清() 工藤, 昌伸() 大橋, 治三(); Kiyoshi Seike; Masanobu Kudō; David H Engel; Haruzō Ōhashi.
Get this from a library. A Japanese touch for your garden. [Kiyoshi Seike; Masanobu Kudō] -- Colour photographs and step-by-step instructions aim to help the reader create an intimate, tranquil oasis suited to their personal taste - in or outside the home.
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The book still serves today as a practical and detailed guide to the complexities of traditional Japanese gardening. A Japanese Touch for Your Garden Kiyoshi Seike, “The ideal garden is like an unrolling picture scroll that prompts surprise at every turn”.
A Japanese Touch for Your Garden by Masanobu Kudo; David H. Engel; Kiyoshi Seike. Kodansha America, Incorporated, Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition.
Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. A Japanese touch for your garden Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
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A Japanese Touch for Your Garden is a concise introduction to the practical aspects of making a Japanese garden. Whether it's a spacious suburban lot, an office courtyard, or a tiny, inner-city backyard, here are hundreds of creative but time-honored ways to make maximum use of the available space.
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Title: A Japanese Touch for Your Garden Author: Seike, Kiyoshi Publisher: Kodansha USA Publication Date: ISBN: UPC: Type: Paperback Condition: Very Good + Jacket condition: None as issued Notes: Clean copy with light wear to cover surface and corner tips.
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