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Venetia’s Garden

MOVIE 2013 98 mins Episode(s): 1 English Japanese
Venetia Stanley-Smith is an English woman who lives in a 100 year-old farm house in the village of Ohara, Kyoto.
Her eco-friendly lifestyle is a harmonious blend of English tradition and the Japanese seasons. Thanks to her appearance on the TV program At Home with Venetia in Kyoto, Venetia’s hand-crafted lifestyle that she shares with her Ohara family and friends has captured the hearts of audiences around the world.
Venetia’s Garden presents a new chapter in Venetia’s story. Be enchanted by Venetia’s wisdom for peaceful living in this feature-length documentary, which is a feast for the senses.


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