Aquascape Stones

When Takashi Amano was in his early 20s, he became interested in creating an aquatic layout using rocks. So he studied Suiseki, the Japanese art of stone appreciation and Bonseki, the art of creating miniature landscapes on a black lacquer tray — art-forms passed forward through an entire millenium. Neither could Amano escape the influence of the quintessential Japanese garden, in which rocks are the “bones” of the entire layout, and of which it is said that once the rock formation is placed properly, the rest of the layout will simply fall into place. These studies and his own experiments aided him in establishing the Iwagumi style.

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