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November:Arrangement for the month-Japanese ardisia 2016.11.28

Vivid shiny autumn leaves such as maples attract our eyes, while masters of tea ceremony have since long been fond of modestly subdued autumn leaves as hazel,...

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October: Arrangement for the month – Nanakamado (Mountain Ash) 2016.10.27

Autumn is the season when various fruits and berries can be enjoyed.

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September:Arrangement for the month-Yamahoroshi 2016.9.26

“Don’t stress yourself too much.”
Let yourself look calm by showing only a part of your capability.

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August: Arrangement for the month- Reindeer wattle 2016.8.9

Container in an objet d'art fashion is already an accomplished art piece itself.
Those who arrange flowers in such a piece may find it a task.

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July: Flower of the month-Bellflower 2016.7.20

Seasonal flower from summer to autumn, that is bellflower.

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June: Arrangement for the month-Chinese hydrangea 2016.6.30

Hanging arrangement might be most fit to express the fragility of flower, characteristic to Nageire style.Let the entire wall be your canvas and bring out fully the rhythm of your arrangement.

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May: Arrangement for the month – Karamatsu, the Japanese larch 2016.6.2

Miyama trillium has a characteristic big leaf and timid flower facing sideways.
It is very delicate and could droop easily, when it comes in touch with your warm hands even for some moment.

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April: Flower of the month – Dogwood 2016.4.16

In the height of spring with flowers at full bloom, the outdoors become livelier with people going here and there, with cherry-blossom viewing adding an enhancement in one's heart.

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March:Flower of the month- Rape Flower 2016.3.26

The green of Oribe ware reminds me of a spring field.

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February:Arrangement of the month-Catalpa 2016.2.25

Catalpa, preferred by many tea masters for its wabi atmosphere fit for tearoom,is often arranged in December with camellia or winter chrysanthemum.

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