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October: Arrangement for the month-Skunk vine 2019.10.29Flower of the Month

When autumn deepens,while there are mountains gorgeously tinted in their full autumn glory and often expressed as“brocade autumn”,there are some fields ticking away time quietly and calm.

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September: Arrangement for the month- Wild Grape Vine 2019.9.22Flower of the Month

At arranging a piece with a late autumn touch, I value a sparkling splendor found within the loneliness.

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August: Arrangement for the month – Bellflower 2019.8.29Flower of the Month

Bellflower, so fine and fair with its worm-eaten and wild looking leaves , is arranged in a vase that produces an inorganic space.

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July: Arrangement for the month- Bayberry 2019.7.22Flower of the Month

Bayberry, often enjoyed as an early summer fruits, grows tall.

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Summer Holiday Announcement 2019.7.16News

Gallery Yakata Yusai will be closed for summer holidays from July 31th(Wed) September 1st(Sun).

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June: Arrangement for the month – Blueberries 2019.6.27Flower of the Month

Arrange as if drawing a picture on a flat square plate, and solely so softly and so light.

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May: Flower of the month – Flowering Dogwood 2019.5.25Flower of the Month

Here the wisteria vines and flowering dogwood are combined in a rock surfaced hanging vase .This is a nageire arrangement, bringing about a fresh set of flowerage as if cut out from an early summer hill scenery.

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April: Flower of the month – Magnolia 2019.4.27Flower of the Month

I have arranged the magnolia emerging from a lively painted vessel. The dusky background together serves as a foil to the vessel painting.

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Japan’s 10-day Holiday Announcement 2019.4.27News

Yakata Yusai will be closed for the 10-day holiday from April 28th  through May 6th 2019.

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March: Arrangement for the month – Butterbur Shoot 2019.3.21Flower of the Month

The translucent green of the butterbur shoot prompts you to sense the spring in the fields and mountains.

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