Ueyakato Landscape uses traditional Japanese garden fostering techniques to nurture new scenery that will last for generations to come.
Scenery is created by the natural environment, human activity, and the society that surrounds both of them.
By incorporating into today’s society the techniques that have been used to tend to gardens for centuries, we can also nurture an enriched scenery for the future.
In addition to garden creation and management, we are devoted to utilizing gardens in accordance with their surrounding social environment.
To the greatest degree possible, we draw out the appeal that Japanese gardens have as points of convergence where varied forms of Japanese culture come together.
Our aim is to contribute to the creation of a better society by continuously nurturing these gardens and communicating their value to the world.
Kyoto’s gardeners have long engaged with nature, thoroughly observing its changes and characteristics down to the finest detail, and reflecting them in their expression of space. In this unprecedented age where people, money and information circulate at unimaginably fast speeds, Ueyakato Landscape strives to discover genuine value that can lead people and society toward a brighter future.
Through our gardening business we aim to keep our employees happy both physically and spiritually, and also contribute to the progress and development of human society.
We adopt changes with “fluidity” to meet the needs of the times, and hand down the “immutable” essence. Thus, we are aiming at contributing our society as a company with sustainable development.
The good spirit, technique and physical strength are all necessary to assume the responsibility to maintain the world-renowned traditional culture of the Japanese garden.
We also have the insights and techniques as gardeners in Kyoto.
In addition to our conventional business such as creation or maintenance of gardens, we create and offer the best place for entertaining guests to our customers by optimizing the attractiveness of the garden.
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