Ikebana

Ikebana (生け花?, "living flowers") is the Japanese art of flower arrangement, also known as kadō (華道?, the "way of flowers").

Read more about Ikebana:  Etymology, Approach, Spiritual Aspects

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Sofu Teshigahara
... 蒼風 Teshigahara Sōfu) (1900–1979) was the founder of the Sōgetsu School of Ikebana flower arranging ... In 1926, at the age of 25, he started the Sogetsu School of Ikebana, believing that Ikebana is not merely decorating with flowers, it is an art, and that the great ... Sofu never deviated from the basic principles that distinguish Ikebana from other forms of floral art to grasp and express the feeling of the material ...
Japanese Tea Ceremony - Tea Ceremony and Flower Arrangement
... Chabana has its roots in ikebana, an older style of Japanese flower arranging, which itself has roots in Shinto and Buddhism ... Chabana evolved from the "free-form" style of ikebana called nageire (投げ入れ?), literally "throw (it) in", which was used by early tea masters ... Unlike ikebana (which often uses shallow, wide dishes), tall, narrow hanaire are frequently used in chabana ...
Ikebana - History and Styles - International Organizations
... The oldest international organization, Ikebana International, was founded in 1956. ...
Chabana
... It has its origins in the Ikebana style of flower arranging which is in turn firmly seated in both Shintō and Buddhism ... A less formal style of Ikebana arrangement was added to the more stylized rikka arrangement and was called nageire, or thrown in style ... No props are used as in Ikebana and the finished arrangement of flowers should evoke a feeling similar to what one feels in the natural garden setting ...
Josiah Conder (architect) - First Book in English On Ikebana
... a lecture at the Asiatic Society of Japan Condor wrote a book on ikebana in English called "The Flowers of Japan and the Art of Floral Arrangement" ... He studied Enshu school ikebana ...