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times Kyoto rocku sigh bamboo forest park some 110 varieties of bamboo are planted on the expansive 35,000 square meter grounds the parks exhibition room presents the various uses for bamboo the filament in the light bulb invented by Thomas Edison used bamboo from Kyoto park staff member Masayoshi Watanabe he has researched bamboo ecology since his twenties he sells bamboo was believed since time immemorial to be a mysterious plot in which divine spirits twelve shokatsu vadas name makuu dawn octave Nagano Kudo no tamago clock to dawn on Akane lyoko yoga lesney sweet o mana mana Yadav Taran Danica oh my gosh Jana Sawyer s generation she
cata spring in total but tall green bamboo is full of vitality between the nodes that segment the stalks are cavities bamboo or taki resembles neither 3 nor grass and bamboo forests are an image associated with Japan the aloshy ama Saginaw area of Kyoto once a retreat loved by the Heian nobility it continues to draw visitors more than 1200 years later another honorable Gonzaga demo stick determine this kiddo yep I Jojo Takeda Fiona kept Anejo Nichkhun I qualify you keep them at the Kyoto you re gonna throw out the one isn t
also performed before the deities at religious ceremonies Ganga kou instruments are mainly made from bamboo they came from China and the Korean Peninsula around 1500 years ago their designs which use only quality materials were refined over centuries taka masa Yamato he has had of a clan of Gagaku instrument makers he descends from the ampere of Sehwa who reigned in the 9th century Yatta uses skills handed down over generations to work the bamboo so it can produce the sacred music dedicated to the deities Gagaku instruments are made from Susu decay bamboo which has been smoked for over a century in thatched roofs the bamboo is drive through to make it rigid and insect resistant attacking optical cognate na no he becomes girl huh the panpipe like show consists of 17 bamboo pipes of differing lights musicians alternately blow and inhale to make five or six pipe sounds simultaneously the bamboo forests resonate within the sacred tones which reverberate through the air show production