Overseas landscaping and greening requires procurement of local materials and staff, bringing in equipment from Japan, and negotiating with relevant local institutions.
In addition, facilities such as Japanese gardens need to be maintained after construction, which is difficult to actually continue.
For this reason, we ensure that records are kept from the beginning of construction, cooperate with local staff, and transfer technology.
When the National Graden Festival Liverpool ’84 was held in 1984, we constructed a Japanese garden. This former exhibition site had fallen into disrepair as it had not been used for a long time, but at the request of the City of Liverpool it was redeveloped, including a Japanese garden.
Photo taken at the time of construction in 1984
This is a photo taken just before construction, but the lantern in the 1984 photo at the time of construction
is now only the stand part. (Red circle frame part)
Along with the restoration, we also rebuilt the four azumayas that can be seen in the back and the gate.
The Japanese garden is
introduced as Satoru Kaze (our employee’s name:
I guess you’re not familiar with the word Japanese garden).
Liverpool Echo newspaper
Introducing a list of our overseas landscaping and facility greening achievements from Hakone Ueki
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