Assorted trees from various parts of Japan are on display in our main office. We also can provide over 900 different trees from what we have exhibited in our office. Please take your time walking through and enjoying the exhibition.
Traditional Japanese gardens
21-century Japanese gardens
Japanese and Western style natural gardens
Natural highland style gardens
European style gardens
Gardens for indoor and outdoor space of buildings
We also create other garden styles
We provide trees and garden materials used in the various styles of gardens listed above. When we plant trees, we wrap roots in special materials, just in case we pull it out for transplanting. Digging out trees for transplanting all at once is prohibited to keep good tree condition. We supervise the changing of the seasons. For example, we provide cold-weather protection for trees during winter.
Michinoku-yamazakura-tutuzi (a type of azaleas)
White azalea, which have long been favored by the Imperial family
Rōboku-bai (a type of Japanese apricot)
Daituki-Hanamomo (a type of peach blossom)
Byōbu-keyaki (a type of zelkova tree)
Kyoto Kitayamadai ōsugi (a type of Japanese cedar)-estimated 450 to 800 years old