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Open Access A study on the preservation situation and spatial characteristics of Japanese style garden built in Taiwan during the Japanese rule

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Japanese well developed cultural and aesthetic styles have influenced architecture, d├ęcor and landscaping around the world. Japanese influence has been particularly marked in eastern Asian countries such as Taiwan, where the nation's colonisation efforts between 1895 and 1945 led to a trend for garden design and landscaping at the time to demonstrate strong characteristics of Japanese style. The gardens created during this time showed a unique blend of Japanese and Taiwanese influences not otherwise found in landscape architectural history. Associate Professor Takashi Awano, from the Department of Landscape Architecture Science at Tokyo University of Agriculture, leads a study that looks into the preservation status, the construction and design processes and the characteristics of land allocation and design of Japanese gardens in palaces, official residences and other key locations during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan
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Keywords: JAPANESE GARDEN DESIGN; LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE; PRESERVATION OF RESIDENTIAL GARDENS IN TAIWAN; PRESERVATION STATUS OF JAPANESE GARDENS; RESTORATION OF GARDENS IN TAIWAN

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2020

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