Takegaki (竹垣)

Takegaki (or Takagaki) is a term used to refer to fences made of bamboo. Major kinds of takegakis for use in Japanese gardens include Kennin-ji-gaki, Korai-gaki, Numazu-gaki, Tepposode-gaki, Fusuma-gaki, Uguisu-gaki, Yotsume-gaki, Daitoku-ji-gaki, and Tachiai-gaki.

History of takegakis

Japanese family names
(Wakayama Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture, etc.)

Sukashi-gaki (Transparent type fence)

Yotsume-gaki

Kinkaku-ji-gaki

Ryoan-ji-gaki

Koetsu-ji-gaki

Yarai-gaki

Shahei-gaki (Screen-type fence)

Kennin-ji-gaki

Ginkaku-ji-gaki

Tokusa-gaki

Teppo-gaki

Misu-gaki

Amikomi-gaki (Woven-type fence)

Otsu-gaki

Numazu-gaki

Edahogumi-no-kaki (fence made of branches of bamboo)

Takeho-gaki

Daitoku-ji-gaki

Katsura-gaki

Mino-gaki

Taimatsu-gaki

Shiba-gaki

Sode-gaki (small-width fence)

Kuromoji-gaki

Hagi-gaki