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August: Arrangement for the month – Bellflower 2019.8.29

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 2019.7.22

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

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June: Arrangement for the month – Blueberries 2019.6.27

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 2019.5.25

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 2019.4.27

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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March: Arrangement for the month – Butterbur Shoot 2019.3.21

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

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February: Flower of the month – White Magnolia 2019.2.25

Magnolia is one of the plants hard to train.Arranging in a slender vase with a small opening, here is a tip to help you: Pull up the stem of the  previously placed one and gently insert it back again accompanying the second stem, with a sense of as if you exhale.

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January: Arrangement for the month – Wintersweet 2019.1.12

Here is a collaboration of flowers and Kinkarakami.Wintersweet blossoms glitter as if they are the particles of light.

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December: Arrangement for the month – Alder 2018.12.22

Alder that reminds us of winter forest is  combined here with Chinese tallow playing its role of a touch of snow.

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November:Flower of the month – Tea Flower 2018.11.17

Tea flowers are rather modest in contrast with its beautiful evergreen leaves.They bloom when cold wintry wind begins to blow.See how well the tea flower coordinates with the green fruits of Smilax. 

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