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is inspiring to walk through a beautiful bonsai garden.
A visit to the garden of Shinji Suzuki is a visit to a lot of really, really, good trees.
Looking up at a Chinese quince
The garden is arranged in a series of greenhouses with courtyards between them. In winter, almost all bonsai are brought inside to protect them from the cold. In one room we found a group of trees bound for Kokufu.
Shimpaku shown in 90a Kokufu-ten
Shimpaku shown in 90a Kokufu-ten – one of my favorite trees display
One of the main room was dominated by one of the most famous trees of Japan -. A famous red pine designed by Kimura
Here you can see what makes the tree remarkable :. amazing
Fans of the dwarf Japanese quince ‘chojubai’ found a variety of specimens.
a deciduous tree that caught my attention was a Japanese is undergoing significant retooling after the tree lost several branches in an accident.
Noticing my interest in the tree, apprentice long Yusuke pulled a book that shows how the tree looked.
Hague, as it appeared decades ago
Walking through the garden, Boon was all smiles.
Eric Schrader was all smiles in a room full of white pines.
Actually, all left smiling.
Second row: Eric, Paul, Tyler, Matt, Jonas; first row: Jeff, Boon, Bobby
As we went through the garden for one last pass before catching the train back to Tokyo, the sun began to cast a golden light in the room. It was a nice farewell.
This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com