Ikebana tools

Ikebana, Japanese flower arrangement, or Kado, the way of flowers as it is also called, is a classical art form from Japan. In contrast to European floral art, which often emphasizes grandeur and abundance, the Japanese art form focuses on simplicity and unity.

The tradition dates back as far as the Heian period, 794 – 1185 when flowers were offered on altars. Later, flower arrangements came to adorn tokonoma, the small alcove found in many public places as well as in many homes. Ikebana is one of the three classical Japanese art forms along with kodo (the art of creating fragrant incense) and chado (Japanese tea ceremonies). Today, there are many schools and styles of ikebana.

Below, you will find various accessories for elegant cuts and sturdy branches.

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