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A thousand years ago a court noble wrote the first guide to the philosophy of creating a Japanese garden – he called it Sakuteiki or Records of Garden Making. In today’s Japan, where ultra-futuristic design sits next to buildings that have stood for two thousand years, the people have retained a deep affinity to gardening, yet with so little private outdoor space the gardens they produce are the antitheses to the formal creations of sakuteiki. Chris Wilson is from Llanelli in west Wales. This exhibition is part of an extended series on aspects of everyday life in Japan.
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