I think more in the style of Amano's newer works . . . Though I'm using "Nature Aquarium World" as the representative of his older style. IMO, that was the period where he was actually a growing, limit-pushing, innovative artist. Though, at that time he hadn't tried sand foregrounds yet.
As opposed to president of a company who's magazines portray tank after tank of all the same handful of dull, unchanging styles . . . -_-
Not that those styles are bad. Chiahead's also falls within those styles, and it looks like he did a good job setting this one up. My only comment would be that the Java fern seems a bit out of place. Hmmm . . . one more, I think in the long run you'll be looking for a tall grassy plant because the rotalas don't have enough of the tank's depth devoted to them to make a nice bush that also has the height to soften/balance the wood. I know you were looking for e. vivpara earlier (actually, I'd like to find a place to get some too) and if you can find it, I think it'd help a lot.