Ikebana Step-by-step: Japanese Flower Arrangement

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Japan Publications Trading, 1995 - Gardening - 132 pages
A unique approach to creating flower arrangements that are inspired by and faithful to your own ideas, with substantial advice on how to make the most of ikebana in daily life. 92 arrangements are on this book with step-by-step photo instructions for beginners to understand.
 

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Contents

WINDOWSILL
6
BEDROOMS
22
HALLS
32
JAPANESE ROOMS
38
FESTIVE ARRANGEMENTS
48
MASTERING BASIC STYLES
66
ARRANGING STEPS
76
BASICS TECHNIGUES OF IKEBANA
124
INDEX OF FLOWERS
131
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About the author (1995)


REIKO TAKENAKA has given many demonstrations, and has designed and arranged many displays for numerous events, including demonstrations before state guests. Now she plays an active apart in domestic and international scenes of cultural exchange as an ikebana artist, in such cities as New York, San Francisco, Hong Kong and Geneva.

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