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

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

Fri, July 1 to Wed, August 3, 2016
場所:Collection Gallery

The Story of Bonsai , The History of Bonsai from Ancient Tmes to the Present

The Story of Bonsai , The History of Bonsai from Ancient Tmes to the Present

Fri, April 8 to Sun, July 10, 2016
場所:Exhibition Room

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Aug 16 2016
夏休み子どもワークショップ【31】~【34】こけ玉盆栽づくり
Aug 15 2016
夏休み子どもワークショップ【29】、【30】どんぐりストラップをつくろう
Aug 12 2016
夏休み子どもワークショップ【27】、【28】水引細工で風鈴を飾ろう
Aug 9 2016
夏休み子どもワークショップ【26】盆栽棚をつくろう

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Jinshari Vol.19

Jinshari Vol.19

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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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