Kado (Flower Arrangement)

Flower arrangement (Ikebana) is a traditional Japanese art called Kado and originally related to religious ceremonies. When a tea ceremony became popular in the 16th century, it was started to accept at a tea room as one of entartaining to welcome guests. There are 3 main sects in Japan now such as Ikenobo, Ohara and Sogetsu. A flower vase is used for a flower arrangement and there are lots of shapes, materials and designs to choose from. They are so many beautiful flower vases in various materail from pottery to bamboo. Please choose your favorite item from our listed items to enjoy your own flower arrangement.

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