There is an impressive power in bonsai that has been slowly created in its pot over decades. It's a miracle shaped by theory, time, and the era—the very miracle that leaves professionals in awe, elevating the appreciation of bonsai.
While various methods are used to gather wood for bonsai, I have a fondness for collected wood in the mountains. Trees that have survived for 100 or 200 years in the harsh realities of granite mountain peaks, gravelly slopes, or nutritionally scarce landscapes develop slender, gracefully bent branches with only a few roots.
These mountain trees, grown in challenging environments, are uprooted and transplanted into pots for appreciation at home. Bonsai is about savoring and enjoying the depth and beauty it exudes. I aspire to share the joy of creating and discussing bonsai with BONSAI LOVERS worldwide through the universal language of "BONSAI."
Born in Mie Prefecture in 1980 and currently residing in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture. Representative of 'Bonsai Fujiwara' and 'BONSAI NIPPON.' Trained at the prestigious Taijuen before venturing independently and founding 'Bonsai Fujiwara.' His crafted bonsai, known for their uniqueness and elegance, have garnered acclaim across various platforms, boasting numerous awards. With extensive experience, he has served as a workshop instructor and engaged in bonsai production activities overseas, including in France, Vietnam, China, and the United States.
- Becoming a disceple of Suzuki Daijuen
- Reaching independence
- Bonsai production workshop held at Maillot Bonsai Garden inFrance
- US NATIONAL BONSAI & PENJING MUSEUM WASHINGTON, DC(USA) Workshop held Bonsai Production
- Bonsai Fujiwara in Moriyama Ward, Nagoya City, Japan
- Bonsai production at Neo Garden in Vietnam
・Minister of the Environment Award at the Japan Bonsai Style Exhibition(December 2014)
・Kyoto NHK Kyoto Broadcasting Station Award in the Taikan ExhibitionLiterary Category (November 2018)
・Production of the 92nd Meifu Bonsai Exhibition Prime Minister's Award winning tree (January 2023)