Asashi Nakamura is a bonsai lover and enthusiast who is self-learned because of his deep passion for caring plants. He is interested in pine, juniper, japanese maple, and fukien tea bonsais, making up his great bonsai collection at home.
He loves researching and experimenting with the different styles, watering, and fertilizing techniques of bonsais.
His blogs are mostly written in a straightforward manner, attacking the most common issues bonsai cultivators face when watering, fertilizing, and styling bonsai trees.
He has written short and long ‘how to’ guides to start with, showing his dedication and commitment in taking care bonsai trees.
Subject Matter Expertise
Asashi Nakamura is a bonsai enthusiast who is very detailed when it comes to explaining the important things people need to know about taking care of bonsais. He is a natural lover of nature. Driven by his great love for bonsais, he researched on the best methods of caring for bonsai trees in an effective and efficient manner. He even took short courses from the bonsai masters themselves.
Topics of Interest
Asashi Nakamura is very much interested knowing the impacts of watering, fertilizing, and pruning to bonsai trees. He loves writing about ‘how to guides’ or ‘tips and tricks’ when caring for different species of bonsai.
- First Name: Asashi
- Last Name: Nakamura
- Ethnic Background: Japanese
- Country of Origin: Japan
- Birthday: 10/10/75
- Age: 42
- Gender: Male
- Height: 5′ 7”
- Relationship Status: Married
- City: Hakusan City
- State/Province: Ishikawa
- Country: Japan
- Interests & Hobbies: Playing Basketball, Gardening, Watching Movies
- Areas of Specialty: Technical Aspects of Caring for Bonsais
- Topics of Interest: How to Best Take Care of Bonsai, Bonsai Care Tips and Tricks, Bonsai Styles
- Website Name: mybonsailife.com
- College Name: Kinjo College
- Graduation Year: 1999
Favorite Movies: Laughing Under the Clouds, The Blood of Wolves, Fast and Furious
Favorite TV Shows: Segodon, Hibana Spark
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Favorite Authors: Murasaki Shikibu
Favorite Books: The Tale of Genji