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The ‘useless’ trunk

The work done here was carried out on a native juniper. What made me choose it was the volume and quality of its deadwood


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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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3 pair of eyes

Master Takashi Iura, and student Yuuki Kobayashi share the same passion...


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Acing a base

Root work and nebari structure on deciduous bonsai are as important as branch structure...


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Is this the same tree?

Masahiko Kimura completely re-invented it with a turn and by bending the top. Simple ingredients, but when utilised by Kimura they make masterly work...


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Eleagnus

The dream of getting this eleagnus into Kokufu is not a million miles away...


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From Shikoku ?

Hidden by very overgrown and dense foliage, a Japanese Juniper is restyled by Bjorn Bjorholm who brings it to an even higher level.


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Grafting a trident maple

At Taisho-En you can learn various advanced techniques. Here Nobuichi Urushibata gives us an example with trident maple..


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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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