On September 9, chrysanthemums are decorated and chrysanthemum petals are floated in sake to wish for good health and long life,
This is the day of "Chou-you-no-Sekku" to wish for good health and longevity.
It is also known as "Adult Women's Festival.
This is a flower arrangement I made for an ikebana demonstration appreciation event the other day.
Ikebana of "Less is More" using chrysanthemums and millet, the source of fruitfulness and life.
Don't you think it has a different charm from Western flower arrangements?
I am very proud of ikebana, which is uniquely Japanese.
I hope you will also feel the "Japan" of ikebana.
🌸Language of flowers
Chrysanthemum (pink): noble
Balloon cotton (green): full of dreams
Millet (green): vitality
petrified fern (green): humility