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The bonsai chef

Luca Tamburello's journey from culinary chef to bonsai artist...


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Off with its head

Hotsumi Terakawa shows you how to improve a medium-sized juniper that has many hidden qualities...


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New kid on the block

Possibly the youngest bonsai artist to study in Japan and who probably stayed for the longest time...


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Puzzling it out

Dennis Fuchs works on a scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) from Spain...


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Going up front

Don't hide what is good, Takuya Suzuki turns things around...


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Yamadori giant

The late Serge Clémence was a real bonsai Master, who mainly worked on yamadori trees. His bonsai, all dug up by himself and carried on his back down the mountainside, have become iconic works. ..

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Make a forest look natural

The late bonsai Master Takeo Katsumata left behind a great number of works that exhibit his trademark natural scenes. He had a unique obsession...


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Taming the wild

It is really easy to create a magnificent bonsai if you start from raw material with great potential. There are those trees that at first glance already have the right look. You only have to use the appropriate techniques to make that tree into a high-level bonsai.


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The key branch

The material used here is a Satsuki. It is a twin trunk and there are two apicies, but without a clear and obvious overall direction. The first thing to do will be to determine the front of the tree and work from there.


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Is this all?

Hiroki Miura works on a Chinese juniper

At first glance, the featured juniper has great looks; however, Hiroki Miura shows us that when we take a closer look, the tree is really a bit dull . . .


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The Grim

Bruno Proietti Tocca philosophises about his work on a savin juniper


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Well suited

François Jeker takes a close look at Taxus.


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An offer one can’t refuse

'The tree featured here is an eastern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis), which is native to Eastern Canada and much of the north-central and north-eastern United States'


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The Azuma pines

Daiki, the third generation Abe, works on seed-grown pines


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Just drop it

Creating a literati red pine by focusing on the dropping branch


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2024-1 #186 | #209- January /FebruaryJan. 1, 2024Jan. 15Jan. 22
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2024-3 #188 | #211- May / JuneMay 6May 20May 27
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2024-5 #190 | #213- September / OctoberSep. 2Sep.16Sep. 23
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