Kazuyuki Ishihara has received a total of eleven gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show, the world's oldest and influential flower show. He was even praised by Queen Elizabeth as a "gardening magician." He has created numerous works through that rich, internationally recognized design-mindedness and reliable technical expertise. He is based in Tokyo, Nagasaki, and Fukuoka, engaging in landscape design, construction, and overall production of intricately designed gardens and wall greenery for private and corporate clients in Japan and abroad. He is also involved in green urban design across Japan as a greening producer, having served as "green ambassador" for nine cities all over the country. He also gives talks at lectures and seminars (flower classes), continuously conveying the wonder of plants to people everywhere.
A prestigious international garden show with a history of more than a century, organized by the British Royal Horticultural Society. Ishihara has been awarded a total of 10 gold medals over 13 years at this flower show of eminent tradition and status, being praised by Queen Elizabeth as a "gardening magician."
The work "Flower Paradise: I Wanted to Read You a Green Poem" installed in the 2F Departure Lounge at Haneda Airport Terminal 1. Also those not headed for the gates can see it from the adjacent restaurants.
Producing an inner garden at the observation facility Nihondaira Yume Terrace at the Nihondaira summit in Kusanagi, Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture.