The garden can be changed from being considered a luxury to being considered a daily necessity in life.

In Japan, recognising and appreciating the beauty of natural greenery is part of our culture. For example, the bonsai tree has a long history and has been loved by all generations of Japanese people.
After enjoying the beauty of gardens and plants, people became used to taking care of them.

In the modern age of entertainment, many may think that enjoying the garden only belongs to someone who has the time and money to afford it. However, we want to raise the value of the existence of the garden to show that we cannot live without it.

We aim to share our garden – especially the entrance and pathways in the garden to everyone. For example, to appreciate flowers and trees, grow herbs and vegetables, harvest them and eat them, our design should be user friendly to people who are elderly and physically disabled;(including wheelchair users).

We consider that the design of a beautiful garden must incorporate functionality.

Eventually, the garden enjoys cyclical changes, and returns to nature.

By being composed of “Materials that all return to the Earth”, the garden will go back to soil and will change into manure and provide the basic material for the growth of woodland and forests after the garden has disappeared. People enjoy gardening and attuning to the rhythms of nature and the earth, and the important thing is that the materials must all come from an environmentally friendly source.

The more time passes, the more beautiful the garden will become.
The garden with the materials, which becomes deeper and goes through cyclical changes, matures and develops over time, in the same way that we, human beings age.

Garden Artist
Yoshihiro Tamura

Not only provides garden designs that combine existing components, but also challenges himself its new creation, which is the unique design, from many years’ experience as a landscape gardener. These days, he is developing a universal design that is friendly for humans and the environment.