Nihon de Hajimete, Part 8: Kimura’s Garden

Beautiful work of Mr Kimura, displayed in this way is incredible!
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Japanese Bonsai Pots Blog

In today’s episode, we visit the garden of legendary artist Masahiko Kimura. It was interesting seeing the bonsai I had seen and admired(as have all of you) in magazines and books, through the years. The garden is immaculate to the point of sterility, with nary a weed or blade of grass out of place.

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On a the wall in the receiving room(a boardroom-esque affair standing in stark contrast to the living room environment at other Nurseries), photos of trees receiving major awards stretch into the distance.
Junipers

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One of Kimura San’s famous Junipers. If memory serves, I think this Is one where the ten-Jin are actually roots, the tree itself flipped entirely upside down by partially separating the live vein from existing deadwood.

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Some close ups of the deadwood.

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Another famous Juniper. This surprised me. I’d never considered it before, but the foliage is actually quite coarse. I do believe…

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