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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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March:Flower of the month – Tulip 2014.3.12

Spring flowers grow steadily seeking for light.The tulip, having had its stem straight yesterday, is stretching its neck today towards the window in search for the sunlight.

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February: Flower of the month-Camelia 2014.2.18

“Nageire” is not simply an ikebana technique of throwing in, but rather an arrangement of one’s inclination of mind.In other words, it could be in any form, provided that it looks natural.

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January: Flower of the month – Fingered citron 2014.1.21

Presence of fingered citron in a New Year’s arrangement is indeed a treat.

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December:Flower of the month 2013.12.19

The space provided, flowers begin breathing and are brought to life.
You may prefer arranging flowers on your working table or in your kitchen and then transfer it to the spot…..yes, maybe it’s easier for you. This, howerver, cannot bring forth the atmosphere of the spot where the arrangement should stay.

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November:Flower of the month 2013.11.26

The beautiful colorings in autumn hills and fields are just enthralling.
They silently radiate in the serenity.

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October: Flower of the month 2013.10.15

Among various species of toad lilies or cuckoo grasses, Kii-johroh-hototogisu is something exceptional.
If you ever happen to encounter it in any secluded areas, may it be up on the hills or away out in the fields,

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