Research Center for Japanese Garden Art and Historical Heritage

THE JAPANESE GARDEN Intensive Seminar Plus in Kyoto

Contact

Research Center for Japanese Garden Art & Historical Heritage

2-116 Uryu-yama, Kita-shirakawa,
Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8271 JAPAN

E-mail:
jgar-sem@kuad.kyoto-art.ac.jp
It takes about 1 week for the replay. This e-mail address is for the questions about the intensive seminar only. Any questions regarding your stay in Kyoto, please ask your selected hotel directly.

For any other questions, please use the following address:
jgar-info@kuad.kyoto-art.ac.jp

Web Address:
http://www.jghh.jp/center/
Application Form:
http://www.jghh.jp/center/semapply.php

Seminar Staff

The teachers of the 16th seminar will include:

Takahiro Naka
Kyoto University of Art and Design
Wybe Kuitert
Seoul National University
Graduate School of Kyoto University of Art and Design
Hiromasa Amasaki
Kyoto University of Art and Design
Makoto Nakamura
Kyoto University Emeritus
Zentaro Yagasaki
Kyoto Institute of Technology
Ken Kawai
Kyoto University of Art and Design
Tomoki Kato
Ueyakato Landscape Co., Ltd.

Any inquiries regarding the intensive seminar can be directed to the Center at the e-mail address listed below.

Contact

Research Center for Japanese Garden Art & Historical Heritage

2-116 Uryu-yama, Kita-shirakawa, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8271 JAPAN

E-mail:

jgar-sem@kuad.kyoto-art.ac.jp
This e-mail address is for the questions about the intensive seminar only. Any questions regarding your stay in Kyoto, please directly ask your selected hotel.

For the any other questions, please use the following address:
jgar-info@kuad.kyoto-art.ac.jp

Web Address:

http://www.jghh.jp/center/

Application Form:

http://www.jghh.jp/center/semapply.php

The core staff of the seminar will include teachers from the Kyoto University of Art and Design:

  • Hiromasa Amasaki, Ph.D., Director of the Research Center for Japanese Garden Art, and professor of Japanese Garden Art
  • Dr. Wybe Kuitert, BNT, guest professor of landscape architecture, Professor at the Seoul National University Graduate School of Environmental Studies, and author of Themes in the History of Japanese Garden Art and Japanese Flowering Cherries
  • Makoto Nakamura, Ph.D., Kyoto University Emeritus, professor of landscape architecture, and designer of the Japanese garden at the Dawes Arboretum, Ohio
  • Zentaro Yagasaki, PhD., professor of the History of Japanese Architecture, Kyoto Institute of Technology
  • Takahiro Naka, PhD., professor of the History and the Preservation of the Japanese Garden, chairman of the Department of Historical Heritage
  • Ken Kawai, M.L.A., U.C. Berkeley, and M.F.A., the New York Academy of Art, professor of landscape architecture.
  • Tomoki Kato, ph.D., President of Ueyakato Landscape Co., Ltd.

Many other professors and professionals will join us as guests.