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    books etc designers suppliers organizations biographies glossary timeline links jgarden news Keep up with JGarden changes and news Subscribe to our monthly newsletter Lat Long Search Longitude X 119 718203 Latitude Y 36 619451 Radius 100 miles Name City State gardens Shinzen Japanese Garden Woodward Park Japanese Garden Fresno California gardens private people Steve DaSilva Fowler California suppliers Las Pilitas Nursery Santa Margartia California Enter another latitude and longitude Longitude

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  • JGarden - Gardens
    Weather Phone 1 559 226 8034 Fax E Mail shinzengarden yahoo com Contact Designer s Paul Saito Nakagawa Shiro teahouse Construction Period Public Private PUBLIC Hours Saturdays Sundays and holidays 10am to dusk May 1 September 30 daily 5pm to dusk Admission Adults 1 Seniors and Children 50 cents Shinzen Garden Members free Docent guided group tours available 559 498 1551 Added to JGarden 1 1 1997 Last Updated 11 28 2004 Sources Shinzen web site http www shinzenjapanesegarden org JGarden Description The Shinzen Friendship Garden is located on a 5 acre site within Woodward Park in Fresno California The original idea for a Japanese garden arose when Woodward Park was first being developed in 1967 The concept was seen as a symbol of the sister city relationship with Kochi shi Japan Ben Nakamura let the Shinzen Friendship Garden Committee seeking support form the local Japanese American community as well as from Japan Paul Saito a landscape architect in Los Angeles and Nakagawa Shiro a teahouse designer from Japan were selected to do the design work The designs were completed in 1974 and ground was broken the following year Extensive land sculpting was necessary with 30 000 cubic yards of earth and 600 tons of granite moved ont he site The design includes streams waterfalls seven bridges a koi pond extensive plantings and pathways The design concept involved breaking the garden into four sections one for each season with appropriate plantings clustered in each The work required several years and the garden was not completed until 1981 The original garden committee was incorporated as a non profit organization Shinzen Garden Committee with the City of Fresno owning the site and responsible for its maintenance The teahouse plan was executed in 1989 It was built in Japan and re assembled by

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    National Medical Center Duarte California The Golden Door Escondido California Santa Fe Dam Recreational Area Phase VI Santa Fe Flood Control Basin Irwindale California Descanso Gardens La Canada Flintridge California Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden Long Beach California Japanese American National Museum JANM Los Angeles California Japanese American Cultural and Community Center JACCC James Irvine Garden Los Angeles California Kyoto Grand Hotel Gardens Los Angeles California Los Angeles County Museum of Art LACMA The Pavilion for Japanese Art Los Angeles California Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School Los Angeles California UCLA Hannah Carter Japanese Garden Los Angeles California Self Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine Pacific Palisades California George and Sakaye Aratani Japanese Garden at Cal Poly Pomona Pomona California San Diego Tech Center Naiman Tech Center San Diego California Huntington Library Botanical Garden San Marino California Former Epson America Headquarters Torrance California Torrance Cultural Arts Center Pine Wind Japanese Garden Torrance California Suiho en Suihoen Donald C Tillman Water Reclamation Plant Van Nuys California Rose Hills Memorial Park Whittier California gardens private people James Hess California Kendall Brown Long Beach California Southern California Gardeners Federation Los Angeles California Associated Koi Clubs of America Midway City California Bob Pressler Northridge California Ueki Tree

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  • JGarden - Gardens
    higher education in Japan as well as research on and preservation of cultural properties during his employment as a civil servant with the national government 1878 1890 Back in North America Fenellosa and later his wife worked to introduce and propagate Japanese art and culture to Americans When he left Japan for the first time in 1890 he was given the Order of the Sacred Mirror his fourth decoration by the Japanese government and the highest honor ever given to a foreigner by the Emperor and charged with continuing his work in the United States He subsequently worked for the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston In 1895 he married Mary McNeil who had also gone to Boston to work at the MFA In 1896 they went to Japan to lecture and study religion sociology Noh theatre and Chinese and Japanese poetry They remained there until 1900 Mary was enormously homesick and used this to write her first novel Truth Dexter a great success for a first novel and a passionate invocation of her homeland in Mobile Alabama When they returned to the U S they established a home in Mobile called Kobonata Little Sunshine Professor Fenollosa continued to travel throught the U S and Europe lecturing and doing research on the arts He died suddenly on September 21 1908 while on a trip to London Prior to his death he had completed a first draft of a book called Epochs of Chinese and Japanese Art It had not yet been submitted to a publisher because much editing and fact checks remained to be done Mary picked up in the manuscript after his death and typed the scattered notes and then in 1910 returned to Japan to meet with his former colleagues made the necessary corrections and additions The book

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    Country UNITED STATES Latitude Longitude lat 33 840412 long 118 341523 Find Gardens Nearby Weather Phone 1 310 781 7150 Fax E Mail jbotiller torrnet com Contact Designer s Takeo Uesugi and Associates Construction Period Public Private PUBLIC Hours Theatre and Box Office Monday through Friday 10am 8 pm Saturday noon 4pm Joslyn Fine Arts Gallery Tuesday to Friday 12pm 5pm Saturday 1pm 5pm Admission Added to JGarden 10 31

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    www csupomona edu panorama fall 03 taste2 html Name George and Sakaye Aratani Japanese Garden at Cal Poly Pomona Alternate Name Address Mailing Address City Pomona State California Postal Code Country UNITED STATES Latitude Longitude lat 34 0579 long 117 8225 Find Gardens Nearby Weather Phone 1 909 869 4996 Fax E Mail rrsimons csupomona edu Contact Ron Simons Designer s Takeo Uesugi Construction Period Public Private PUBLIC Hours Admission Added to JGarden 9 4 2004 Last Updated 9 4 2004 JGarden Description This garden was completed in 2003 and is the newest feature of the Cal Poly Pomona campus The garden was completed with the support of George Aratani chairman emeritus of Mikasa and Kenwood Americas and his wife Sakaye Their gift was combined with that of the estate of the late Japanese American author and humanitarian Michi Nishiura Weglyn paid for the construction with supplemented by many individual donors The 1 3 acre area is a stroll style garden featuring a large reflection pond bridges walkways and a small amphitheater In addition to the path and pond the design incorporated elements of karesansui and chaniwa The designer professor and landscape architect Takeo Uesugi stated that the garden will

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    Keep up with JGarden changes and news Subscribe to our monthly newsletter Lat Long Search Longitude X 69 12515 Latitude Y 44 1742 Radius 100 miles Name City State gardens Asticou Azalea Gardens Northeast Harbor Mount Desert Island Maine gardens private people Patrick Chasse Bar Harbor Maine Clifton Olds Brunswick Maine Douglas Roth Rockport Maine Tamao Goda Rockport Maine Lee Schneller South Thomaston Maine Bruce Blake Waldoboro Maine suppliers Eastern

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    State gardens PBI Sumimoto Garden Middlesex Holland Park Japanese Garden Kyoto Garden London England School of Oriental and African Studies SOAS London London England St Katharine Docks Japanese Garden Wapping London Kew Royal Botanical Gardens Japanese Garden Landscape Kew Surrey gardens private Cottered Japanese Garden Garden House Cottered Hertfordshire England people Brambles Garden Landscapes Tree Farm Broxbourne Herts The Japanese Garden Co Alresford Colchester Essex Andrew Fenney Ramsgate Kent Rhino

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