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January: Flower of the month-Japanese Red Pine 2015.1.19

The evergreens such as pines, are considered as devine, both in the East and in the West.The New Year’s arrangement with pine should indeed be the one that deserves to receive God.

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December: Flower of the month - Winter Chrysanthemum 2014.12.6

They add a touch of warmth to the uniquely formed golden vessel designed with numerous figures of little boys.
A mere lump of leaves may it look like. Though it may not be an easy task to fix an arrangement look natural and sophisticated, let’s finish it up adding some Nanjing tallow berries.

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November: Flower of the month – mistletoe(viscum album) 2014.11.17

While colorful autumn foliage is topical here and there, shall we dare enjoy a calm color matching with shiny leaves of hazel, whose hue is so chic and alluring.

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October: Flower of the month – Sword Bean 2014.10.10

Arrange as if you draw a picture on a plate.
With these materials,except for chrysanthemums, place them simply smart – that’s the point here.

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September: Flower of the month -Japanese pampas grass 2014.9.18

Although there is basically no specific order in arranging the components of Nageire,Japanese pampas grass should not come first in order for a well balanced arrangement.

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August: Flower of the month -Sotan Hibiscus Syriacus 2014.8.21

Sotan Hibiscus Syriacus, favored by Sotan, the grandson of the great tea ceremony master Sen no Rikyu, is named after him.

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July: Flower of the month – the Lilium Makinoi 2014.7.17

Arranging flowers freely on one’s own, respecting one’s naturality…..
The sense of Nageire technique resides both in the East and the West.

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June : Flower of the month – mountain hydrangea 2014.6.14

Baskets are used as common summer vessels.
They magically turn even massive arrangements into one with a light and airy look.

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May – Flower of the month: Yunnan Octagon Lotus 2014.5.27

When arranging a big leaf, let’s simply put it high, without covering the opening of the vessel.

The boldness of big leaf and the delicacy of Futarishizuka make a fantastic contrast.Some techniques are required to keep the leaf stay at a good angle;

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April: Flower of the month-White flowerMansaku 2014.5.22

Originally flowers were arranged to appreciate the vessels.The purpose of which was to make the charm of the vessels to its full appeal.

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