takumi 3

Takumi no Waza / Superb Craftsmanship 3
– Everlasting Comfort


Time-proven landscape gardening techniques…
Gardens have been passed down and will continue to convey human aspirations to the next generation.  
They have shared everlasting comfort and fascination with people by serving as the subject of poems and becoming indispensable parts of people’s lives.
Gardens reflect the minds of the people who come into contact with them.

A direction that clearly defines enrichment and a vision for the future

Landscapes of scenic beauty, gardens that gently embrace people, heartwarming views and attractive landscape with a lot of atmosphere… Someday, they will all become mental scenery and stay in the minds of people. We strive to make the most of what we have learned from many gardens, in advancing our pursuit of creating a “garden that enriches the lives of people.” We will continue pursuing the infinite potential of people via our relentless efforts, and leverage our results in promoting further enrichment and innovation. We are determined to realize these clear visions and grow further as a reliable team of professionals.

 

Handing down our traditional landscape gardening techniques to the next generation is the minimum mission assigned to our company. Our true mission, however, lies not only in transmitting our traditions to the next generation, but also in creating new traditions, which is what any master seeks to attain.

Handing down our traditional landscape gardening techniques to the next generation is the minimum mission assigned to our company. Our true mission, however, lies not only in transmitting our traditions to the next generation, but also in creating new traditions, which is what any master seeks to attain.

There is no time of completion for Japanese gardens, since they are living things. We are dedicated to fostering these beautiful gardens as living things that change over time. The minds and techniques of masters, which are set toward everlasting comfort, are also eternal.

There is no time of completion for Japanese gardens, since they are living things. We are dedicated to fostering these beautiful gardens as living things that change over time. The minds and techniques of masters, which are set toward everlasting comfort, are also eternal.

Talking about gardens

There are various garden designs in the garden city of Kyoto, such as Kogetsudai and Ginshadan in Ginkakuji Temple and the “ookari-komi” trimming in the Shugakuin Palace, which provide us valuable lessons by showing changes in the way of thinking, originality and ingenuity that Japanese gardens have undergone. While reflecting the human mind’s pursuit of everlasting comfort, we will continue our ongoing commitment to the tradition of creative works.