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Published by Eiachirō Baba in Tokyo .
Written in English


  • Gardens, Japanese -- Pictorial works.,
  • Gardens -- Japan -- Pictorial works.,
  • Water in landscape architecture -- Pictorial works.

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Edition Notes

English and Japanese.

Other titlesWater and stream gardens.
StatementTatsui Teien Kenkyujo ; photographs [by] Osamu Nobuhara ; English [by] Shingemaru Shimoyama.
SeriesGarden views -- 3.
ContributionsNobuhara, Osamu, 1949-, Shimoyama, Shigemaru, 1900-, Tatsui Teien Kenkyūjo.
The Physical Object
Pagination[127] p. :
Number of Pages127
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18004459M
ISBN 104874602509

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