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Blue and White―Kusamono (Grass) Bonsai and Porcelain Pot

Blue and White―Kusamono (Grass) Bonsai and Porcelain Pot

Fri, July 31 to Wed, September 2, 2015
場所:Collection Gallery

Japanese Summer Cool―The Beauty of Suiseki-stone and Bonsai

Japanese Summer Cool―The Beauty of Suiseki-stone and Bonsai

Fri, July 3 to Wed, July 29, 2015
場所:Collection Gallery

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Aug 19 2015
Kids Summer Workshop㉑㉒ Kokedama Moss ball
Aug 17 2015
Kids Summer Workshop⑲⑳ Decorate pots using Mosaic tile
Aug 12 2015
Kids Summer Workshop⑰⑱ Folkric Toy of Edo period “TONDARI HANETARI”
Aug 7 2015
Kids Summer Workshop⑮⑯Junior BONSAI Ambassador Learning BONSAI in English

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Jinshari Vol.12

Jinshari Vol.12

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Jin Shari, the newsletter, introduces you to the highlights of the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum. Through the passage of time parts of branches and trunks of evergreen trees can partially decay yet retain their shape. Such branches are called Jin while decayed parts of trunks are called Shari. These are just two of the highlights of bonsai.

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