Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk


  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction
  • Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk Construction

Japanese Garden Nieuwerkerk
Yokoso Japanese Gardens is the entrusted partner for designing and constructing a high-level Japanese garden in the suburbs of Holland. This garden is one of the most unique projects that Yokoso is currently deeply invested in. Creating an authentic and antique Japanese garden in a modern Dutch neighborhood. Before Yokoso was assigned to improve the garden there were already some Japanese influences present, the base of a Japanese garden was there. The Yokoso Japanese Gardens Crew started by improving the dry river. Additionally, various new trees were planted and present trees were relocated to a more fitting spot in the garden. There are multiple characteristic and philosophical elements used in the design of the garden. For example, the san-zon-seki arrangement of three rare Shikoku stones. The big stone in the middle represents Buddha and is supported by a stone on each side that symbolizes monks. Yokoso also placed a magnificent antique stone bridge of Kiko-seki over the dry river. The garden bridge is a symbol of a gateway to a tranquil and peaceful paradise according to Japanese philosophy.

Yokoso Japanese Gardens was also assigned to craft a Japanese style garden shed and a Koshikake of cedar wood by hand in order to elevate the garden even more. A Koshikake is a garden bench with a roof which offers a beautiful view of the garden. According to Japanese tradition, a Koshikake is used as a waiting spot for the tea ceremony. The Japanese style garden shed can be used as a storage for wood, tools and other garden equipment. The roof of the shed is covered by authentic Japanese ceramic roof tiles. The entrance of the shed features sliding doors with small windows of double glazing finished with Washi paper. Washi literally means Japanese paper and can serve many different purposes like the use in Shoji, Japanese room deviders. The exact type of wood used for the Japanese style garden shed and the Koshikake is Western Red Cedar.

The next step of this project is to develop a cozy Japanese garden house. The construction will be completely insulated which makes the house perfect for recreation. A Tokonoma will also be present in the house which is an elevated spot on which items can be displayed. The designs are completed and the construction of the prefab Japanese garden house has started.

 

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