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Thanks! I'll be posting more videos throughout the year as part of this series in Japan.
Muy buen video. Saludos desde Argentina.
AWESOME VIDEO! Do you have any tutorials from him???
Mr. Fujikawa doesn't have an official book published yet, but he has been featured in many Kinbon Bonsai Magazine articles (bonsai.co.jp). I'll continue to post more of these videos featuring Mr. Fujikawa and his nursery as well!
Toward the end of this video, when you post up the for more information, there is what appears to be a maple in the background in a wooden pot. I do not think I have ever seen a wooden bonsa pot before, and it immediately caught my eye. Is this some kind of training pot? What do you know of wood being used in pots in Japan of anything? Very curious.
The maple in the training box at the end is a Shishigashira cultivar. The lower branches on the rear of this tree had weakened dramatically during the previous summer, so it was potted into this wooden box to allow better draining and oxygen penetration to the root system. I was a bit skeptical about moving it into this container as we had just repotted six months prior into a ceramic pot and I thought the branches would die for sure if we changed it again. BUT it turned out for the best
Love the vids 🙂 @Owen San – old UK Proverb – 'May your trees never become as dry as your humour' haha classic. Great mix of species specific tips for maintenance and humour. What about a flowering species next – Quince or Hawthorn? 😛
Bonsai1guy, thanks for the comment! Glad to see people enjoying the vids. We'll keep the topics you mentioned in mind for upcoming episodes.
Very nice video, thank you for making it and sharing it. I just got into Bonsai with two little trees. I already love taking care of them. I'm jealous of what you are experiencing there!
I wish these videos had 5 thumb up buttons! Fantastic!
Besides yelling, you mean to tell me, that Fujikawa-san actually physically hits you? lol. Are we talking about a slap across the head, hand, etc?
Love the rough bark maple at 6.30, what cultivar is it? Is it arakawa nishiki?
Great series, wonderful images, useful info, and… a fabulous sense of humour! (Who knew bonsai could be so much fun!)
China bonsai is like magic
I'm so glad these videos exist, I wouldn't be down with getting hit over a bonsai.
wow, i really appreciate how you guys show how majestic bonsai art is… keep it up!
When he hits u it hurts him more no just kidding it only hurts u
Nice music to match artistry in bonsai
Awesome to see that NC Arboretum "T"!!
What variety is the maple at about 6:35, the one with the really gnarly bark?
Art enjoyment of beauty
Great great great! I love bonsai!
This is an amazing introduction to bonsai. I doubt many non-Japanese people understand what it takes in skill and patience and knowledge to "create" these trees. Thank you for showing and translating Fujikawa-san's discussion of the artistic theory behind the art.
un grand merci pour ce partage d'informations fondamentales!
Have playlist of all ur Episodes The Bonsai Art of Japan good work guys
What is the "hidden crane sweeping technique"
Porque no hay subtitulos en español? Se podrian poner por favor?
FABULEUX !!!!! SUPERBE BONSAI ! BRAVO
Thanks for the subtitles in Spanish. Fantastic video
Did he say he is mentally and physically abused on Mondays and Tuesdays? lol 5:24
Oh my, watch from 6:45 with English subtitles. 😆
Tak bosan melihat kembali episode awal bjorvala hingga eisei en
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