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Ikebana: Asian Arts and Crafts for Creative Kids
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Following the step—by—step instructions, you'll learn to arrange how to create: Kenzan Moribana —a basic style using a low, open container Nageire Ikebana —formal arrangements that balance length and weight Suiban Water Platter Ikebana —the earliest form of Ikebana, using a shallow platter filled with water Natural Style Ikebana —arrangements that imitate nature Once you've created your own arrangements, you can display them or give them as gifts, sharing a part of nature—and your creativity—with the people around you. Through hands on projects readers will explore each art—engaging in activities to gain a better understanding of each form.
Basic Techniques and Equipment Formal Nageire Arrangement Flat Container Variation Twin Containers Creating flower arrangements is a great way to explore this time-honored Japanese art form.
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Following the stepbystep instructions, you'll learn to arrange how to create:Kenzan Moribanaa basic style using a low, open containerNageire Ikebanaformal arrangements that balance length and weightSuiban Water Platter Ikebanathe earliest form of Ikebana, using a shallow platter filled with waterNatural Style Ikebanaarrangements that imitate natureOnce you've created your own arrangements, you can display them or give them as gifts, sharing a part of natureand your creativitywith the people around you.
Through hands on projects readers will explore each artengaging in activities to gain a better understanding of each form. Ikebana Shozo Sato.
Sumi-e Shozo Sato. Tea Ceremony Shozo Sato.