Who's behind such respected Japanese gardens such as the Boston Museum
of Fine Arts' Tenshin-en? Taizo-in sub-temple'sYoko-en
garden in Kyoto's ancient Myoshinji Temple? Or Daitokuji Temple's
Daisen-in karesansui (dry landscape garden)?
A relatively small landscaping firm with a great passion for the Japanese
landscaping art. The Nakane firm is home to a specialized staff suitable
of creating and maintaining the most magnificent landscapes in the
largest or (in Japan's case) smallest of spaces.
on the following for more information about the the people behind
the Nakane firm