HOW TO Layout-Making Manual

Enjoying the underwater world in your own space is one of the wonderful dynamics of the Nature Aquarium. Densely planted aquatic plants growing and colorful fish swimming about are a sight to behold. Even in a small aquarium you can find the drama of nature. Just imagine aquatic plants producing tiny bubbles of oxygen and fish swimming gracefully. The nature captured within the glass is full of life, and it soothes your mind and calms your heart. Let’s all start a Nature Aquarium together.

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Creative Document : A Nature Aquarium by Takashi Amano

Nature Aquarium is the layout style in the aquarium, creating a beautiful underwater world of the tropical fish and aquatic plants. Takashi Amano is an exponent of the Nature Aquarium, and he continues to propound new layout styles.

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Creative Document : Driftwood

Driftwood is the layout material most often used after stone in Nature Aquarium. Basically a few pieces of driftwood is combined and used as a backbone of the layout. Sometimes only one piece of driftwood is used in a tank, but even if it looks like a single piece of driftwood is used, there are many cases several pieces of driftwood are combined in reality.

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Creative Document : Production of Driftwood Layout

The driftwood should be arranged, considering the balance of the driftwood branches. If the driftwood branches are placed perpendicular to the horizontal lines, it may divide the aquarium layout into two parts. By tying Willow Moss on tip of the driftwood, it can make the layout look more natural. In the backside of the layout, where aquatic plants are planted, we spread Aqua Soil, and in the foreground, we placed Sarawak Sand as the decoration sand.

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Creative Document : Production of Iwagumi Layout

The main stone decides the whole impression of the Iwagumi layout. So please select the stone carefully, considering its shape, size and personality. As the main stone placement is the most important, please consider all the aspects including its position, angle and direction. Here we placed the main stone in the middle to the left side so that the gravity of the layout does not come in the middle of the aquarium tank.

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