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Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh96b

Hand made NZ pot

 

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 96 is a formal upright with rock, loose stones and an island of moss.

 

kesh96a

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh95a

Hand made New Zealand pot

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 95 is a formal upright of a New Zealand native with loose stones and an island of moss.

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh92a

Hand-made pot from New Zealand

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 94 is a pair of Kauri trees with loose stones and an island of moss. The pot is vintage NZ.

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh93b

Hanmer Pot from NZ

 

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 93 is a formal upright Liquid-amber with loose stones and an island of moss.

kesh93a

 

 

kesh93c

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh94a

Hand-made NZ bowl

 

 

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 92 is a Euphorbia  with loose stones and an island of moss. The pot is vintage NZ.

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh91a

Chinese bonsai pot

Keshiki bonsai no. 91 is a Corokia – a NZ native – with a rock, loose stones and an island of moss.

kesh91b

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh90b

 

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 90 is a Japanese white pine  with loose stones and an island of moss with a protruding rock. The pot is vintage NZ.

kesh90a

 

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh89b

Hanmer pot – vintage NZ

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 89 is a Japanese white pine with loose stones and an island of moss.

kesh89a

 

 

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh88a

Hanmer pot, made in New Zealand

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 88 is a Juniper  with loose stones and an island of moss. The pot is a small Hanmer pot, vintage NZ.

kesh88b

overhead

 

 

kesh88c

(close up)

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh87b

NZ “Hanmer” pot

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 87 is a Kauri – and NZ native – with loose stones and a hill of moss.

kesh87a

 

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh86b

NZ made bonsai pot

Keshiki bonsai no. 86 is a Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Densa’, a very slow growing conifer. It’s potted in a hand-made NZ pot with rock, loose stones and some patches of moss.

kesh86a

(frontal view)

 

kesh86c

(close up)

 

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh84b

Frontal shot

 

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 85 is a formal upright Silk Tree with rock, loose stones and a hill of moss.

kesh84a

Hand made repurposed pot

 

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh83a

Hanmer pot from New Zealand

Keshiki bonsai no. 84 is a False Cedar in a hand-made pot with loose stones and a patch of moss.

kesh83b

Close up

 

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh82a

Hand made New Zealand pot

Keshiki bonsai no. 83 is a Spruce Pine (Picea) with rock, mondo grass, loose stones and a hill of moss.

kesh82b

overhead shot

 

 

Keshiki means something like “landscape” in Japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.


kesh81-b

Hand made pot from New Zealand

 

 

 

 

Keshiki bonsai no. 82 is two Pittosporum with rock, mondo grass, loose stones and a hill of moss.

kesh81-c

 

 

kesh81-a

Close up

 

 

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