Iwagumi Aquascaping Style Explained
The Iwagumi aquascaping style is one of the most beautiful and most difficult. It was created by the legendary Takashi Amano and it means stone work. In ScapeFu Podcast 37, we dive into the details and explain the style in all its many versions. Enjoy!
Topics we covered:
- History of Iwagumi
- Japanese names of stones
- Amano defines six iwagumi sub-styles
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Links referred to in this episode:
- George Farmer
- The 1 Thing Takashi Amano Does That You Don’t
- Analysis of George Farmer’s One-Pot Iwagumi
- Sakuteki – ancient treatise
- The Japanese Garden for the Mind: The ‘Bliss’ of Paradise Transcended
- ScapeFu on Instagram
- Amano tutorial from Poland
Image credit: The iwagumi in the featured image is courtesy of professional aquascaper George Farmer and is entitled Project Scree. George holds the image copyright.