These are a collection of links that we think will help you create the perfect Japanese Garden. We are currently building a resource so you can look at Japan Gardens across the Internet - this is just the start!
Batsford Arboretum -located in the
Cotswolds, holder of the National collection of Japanese
Compton Acres - A truly magnificent
garden with special mystical and religious significance,
including authentic oriental statues, an Imperial
Tea House and a thatched summerhouse.
Fansham Hall - Built in the Jacobean
style and accompanied by original Japanese gardens
George's Japanese Garden- This website
offers great information and some beautiful pictures
of a magnificent garden in Yorkshire.
Great British Gardens - beautiful
gardens to visit with places to stay nearby.
Mount Ephraim Gardens- in the heart
of an 800 acre estate, the Japanese element was established
Pine Lodge - a plantsman's paradise
with a woman's touch - take inspiration from a wonderful
Oriental garden hidden in deepest Cornwall,
authentic down to the last pebble
Sam's Japanese Garden -Fujiyama
Japanese Garden based in County Antrim,Northern Ireland
The School of Oriental and African Studies,
University of London - Wonderful rooftop
garden based in central London.
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Bowdoin College website-
Dedicated to the gardens of Japan, and more specifically
to the historic gardens of Kyoto.
JGarden - A non-profit, educational
web site that seeks to provide information on a selection
of outstanding examples of Japanese garden art found
in Japan and around the world.
William Corey- William may well
be considered the premier garden photographer. At
this point in his career, he is considered the foremost
western artist to photograph Japanese Gardens and
the only western photographer ever invited to photograph
the gardens of the Japanese Emperor.
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