Ikebana(Kado) is a traditional Japanese art originating from the Heian period in which flowers and plants are specially arranged in a vase for appreciation.
It is also called Ikebana.
Those flowers are usually displayed in tokonoma.
※tokonoma: an alcove in a traditional Japanese room where art and ikebana are displayed.
It is said that Ikebana began when the Buddhist monk offered flowers before a mortuary tablet.
Flowers and plants in ikebana represent human life and express its beauty and venerableness.
In Ikebana, flowers also represent heaven, earth and man, which are to be arranged in a proper balance.
People enjoy seeing the mystic power of plants expressed in the flower organ.
It was traditionally learnt by women as part of bridal training.
There are many styles inIkebana . Based on Ikenobo style, there are about 2000-30000 styles.
Ikebana is popular among many generations as enrichment lessons.
Ikebana uses plants and flowers as Yorishiro (an object representative of a devine spirit).
About 30 min.
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