NEW! Mini Zen Garden available, nature lovers have a relationship with travelling to Japan to absorb a unique culture. I myself lived with my teacher in Kobe and Osaka for 6 months, sculpting and training.
They were created with a high quality ceramic bonsai pot, handmade in Vietnam's traditional artisan villages. No drainage hole, making it ideal for a clean and mess free solution. Also using our special layering system, slightly different to our terrariums and still using capillary action for any water in the base.
Spray moss 2-3 times a week or when dry, this moss is not meant for lidded terrariums and thrives in open environments.
Spraying everyday will also not cause problems, unlike plants the moss will also thrive in very low levels of natural light. Moss absorbs all its nutrients from just air and water. Making moss gardens without plants, a low maintenance solution.
We've never used ornaments before, it's a first and we only used natural ceramic pieces made by hand.
Limited edition, only 40 available at 2 sizes. These are the first concept proofs, they will roll out in some select stockists in the coming weeks.
Everyone single one will be unique and different, that's the beauty of artistic expression.
Cheers Dan 🙂
Yesterday was one of the reasons I work hard, save my money, and travel. We had nothing on the itinerary other than the robot restaurant🤖. We went to memory lane formerly known as piss alley where we had lunch with some elderly Japanese man In their 70’s. They would‘nt stop shouting us Saki (Japanese wine) and ended in us being day drunk and pre loaded for the robot restaurant😂🤖🍻🇯🇵
One of Japan’s three Great Gardens Kenroku-en was established around 1620. It embodies the six principles of a Japanese great garden: spaciousness, seclusion, artifice, antiquity, waterways and panorama. What I loved is how every branch of every tree is propped up by struts if needed or gently trained by the ropes dropped from a central pole. Just beautiful. Our visit was brief though as it was freezing - love it when the snow turns into hail and back again all the while travelling horizontally. Sideways snail? -