This website is the prefiguration of the website of the future European association of Japanese gardens.
This future association will aim to create a network of Japanese gardens in Europe and more widely of all those concerned or interested in the art of Japanese gardens in Europe. It will be open to owners of Japanese gardens in Europe, whether private or public (open or not to visitors), to local authorities, companies, institutions and foundations, gardeners, designers, landscape companies, academics, training establishments and amateurs.
Census and list
of Japanese gardens in Europe.
Networking of all partners.
of all the actions undertaken by the different members.
Organisation of events or participation in members' organisations (study trips, colloquiums, hosting Japanese or European gardeners, hosting trainees, etc.).
with the Japanese authorities in Europe and Japan.
Putting members in contact with various institutional partners, universities and European and Japanese companies.
To participate in the creation or rehabilitation of Japanese gardens in Europe and in general in any project of development of Japanese gardens in Europe on request of the members.
To develop cultural, educational and economic relations and exchanges between Japan and Europe. The Japanese Gardens being the "showcase" of Japanese culture in Europe.
Symposium on the art of the Japanese Garden in Europe.
Workshops demonstrations of "Niwaki" and stone landscaping at the Oriental Park of Maulevrier.
Constitutive Assembly of the European Association of Japanese Gardens on Wednesday 1st June 2022 in the presence of His Excellency the Ambassador of Japan, Mr Junichi IHARA and numerous personalities.
The days of 31 May and 1 June are open to all upon registration. To obtain the programmes of these two days and a registration form, fill out the form below.