Japanese Garden Eindhoven


  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work
  • Japanese Garden Eindhoven Work

Japanese Garden Eindhoven
A very special project in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Yokoso Japanese Gardens was approached by tea master Michel Decré to help create a real Japanese Roji or tea garden. The tea master already built a Chashitsu or tea room where he teaches his students in Sadou, the way of tea. The new garden should seamlessly connect to the tea room. Masui Sachimine, a Japanese garden master from Kyoto and sensei of Michel Decré, produced a detailed design and was planning to come over from Japan to help build the garden.

Michel Decré heard good stories about Yokoso Japanese Gardens and decided that we should carry out the creation of the tea garden. The first time we visited the site was a rather unique experience. The tea garden was to be built on the parking lot behind the house. After a careful selection on the materials, trees and plants the project officially started. Later on, a Koshikake or garden shelter and a Nijiriguchi or small door to the tea room were added to the garden. This woodwork was handcrafted by Yokoso Japanese Gardens from Western Red Cedar wood.

The final garden was very close to the design. Although the garden itself is not large and narrow in shape, the balanced design creates a beautiful courtyard. A small piece of Japan in the Netherlands. Tea master Michel Decré and his Japanese sensei are very satisfied with the final result.

More information on the Sadou course and master Michel Decré can be found at: http://www.urasenke.be

 

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