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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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January:Arrangement for the month- Mematsu, the Japanese Red Pine 2016.1.8

Instead of an ordinary New Year pine deco, I have worked here on a hanging arrangement.Somewhat casual atmosphere is created by putting up a movement using lycopodium.

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December: Arrangement for the month – Alder 2015.12.24

Here is a lovely Christmas Eve arrangement with a gentle pattern resembling an angel gown behind.

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November: Arrangement for the month – Winter Chrysanthemum 2015.11.24

There are various kinds of chrysanthemums, amongst which the winter chrysanthemum distinguishes itself slightly from the other mums in its look.

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October: Arrangement for the month-Chinese Quince fruit 2015.10.23

In an objet d’art vessel reminding us of a white art style, the arrangement should match its artistic quality.

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September: Arrangement for the month- Sedge 2015.9.23

Viburnum opulus Compactum is one of the recently imported species that bears drooping clusters of lustrous autumn red berries often used at arrangements.

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August: Flower of the month- Oyamabokuchi(Synurus pungens) 2015.8.24

Arrangements in glass vases above all require crystal clear water.
It is an integral element of arrangements….yes, be aware.

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July: Flower of the month – Lotus Flower 2015.7.23

I have no convenient vessel for a big arrangement......In such a case, just forget about an idea of using a vessel. A gigantic leaf to conceal the kenzan(pinholder)….. spray water over the arrangement campus…. The background tiles serve as a vessel.

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June:Flower of the month- Poppy 2015.6.16

This upright vessel bears both softness and sharpness in its posture.The artist’s passion towards creation is observed in the finishing of the vase opening.

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