Kurisu studied landscape design and construction under Kenzo Ogata in Tokyo, Japan. He then was Landscape director for the Garden Society of Japan (Nihon Teien Kyokai) (1968–1972), during which time he supervised construction of the Portland Japanese Garden. In 1972 he founded Kurisu International, Inc., which has since designed and built a number of gardens.
- Anderson Japanese Gardens - Rockford, Illinois
- Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens - Dubuque, Iowa
- Portland Japanese Garden - Portland, Oregon
- Roji-en Japanese Gardens - Delray Beach, Florida
- "Portfolio: Healthcare spaces". Kurisu.Com.
- Alex Paul (2004-10-06). "Lebanon Hospital healing garden a cutting edge way to heal, relieve". New Era.
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