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    WELCOME !

    Frederique DUMAS welcomes you on the e-learning platform of the Academy of Japanese pruning and creation of Japanese gardens "Sublime SUKIYA" (prev. NIWAKI Inspiration ZEN)

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    A modest annual subscription ...

    ... for many videos, with new ones monthly ...

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    ... about visits of beautiful gardens in Japan or elsewhere ...

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    ... known places,

    less known,

    or completely unknown ...

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    ... videos of reports and webinars of Japanese craftsmen, nurserymen ...

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    ... gardeners or garden masters ...

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    For purchase, short videos

    about the technical aspects

    and basic knowledge

    of the Japanese pruning ...

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    ... or creation of Japanese gardens

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    As well as videos of more than one hour of training ...

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    ... which will deliver you

    my authentic and traditional creation methods of niwaki ...

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    ... with different levels of difficulty ...

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    ... that can be acquired with interactivity, that is to say with tracking of an experienced teacher

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    Same scenario for the creation of Japanese gardens ...

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    ... traditional wooden and bamboo fences  ...

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    ... to tsukubai, place of purification own to tea gardens ...

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    ... through the art of "setting stones" ...

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    ... the different styles of Japanese paths ...

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    ... and tsuboniwa, landscape metaphors

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In the beginning ...


I was in Kyoto, we were in the fall of 2011 and I was having tea with a "niwashi" friend  ... Then he showed me two huge books about amazing privated gardens of Japan, which had been offered by his father when he began his gardener studies.

I remained stunned by so much beauty, but also somewhat frustrated before such hidden gems that we would never have the chance to see, smell, experiment ... we other Westerners. I had to reach in to discover as much as possible. That's when the idea was born ...