At the Japanese Institute for Landscape Architecture’s Kansai Branch convention held on October 30-31, Ueyakato Landscape gardener Ota Yosuke presented “Changes in the Higashiyama Forest Landscape and an Outline of its Future," for which he was awarded a 2021 Japanese Institute for Landscape Architecture Kansai Branch Award.
In his presentation, Ota reported his studies into Mt. Kiyomizu’s forest layers based on follow-up surveys taken for saplings planted since 2008 as part of the Council for Kyoto Traditional Forest Culture’s Project for Improving the Higashiyama Forest Landscape's Forest Physiognomy.
"Changes in the Higashiyama Forest Landscape and an Outline of its Future"*
*research summary in Japanese
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