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To give a better idea of what was to experience the exhibition Genko Kai in Hoshun-in, here you are a couple of shots that show how the rooms were set . (Thanks to Chris C. for the tip!)
Suiseki and white pine
Granada, black pine, maple trident and hinoki against sliding doors
Walking through the rooms, they were treated with garden temple.
dry garden in Hoshun in
Stepping stones and moss
Some of tokonoma show rooms. I think Peter tea appreciate the boat here (see his post, “A pot to rule them all.”)
white pine and displacement
persimmon and displacement
the last room was bigger than the others. It featured a sales area of trees, flowerpots, stones and slabs. There were a few pines.
there were also deciduous trees like crabapple yellow below.
And there were also some junipers.
he was warned the event by Bill Valavanis and Kora Dalager. Bill has been leading visits to Japan for 40 years and doing a great job. If you are interested in a tour of Japan bonsai, check out their routes.
For more information on exposure, Bill read the report here. And if you do not follow your blog – or subscribe to International Bonsai – now is a good time to start
William N. Valavanis and Kora Dalager with an expensive pot
Genko Kai the exhibition also featured some impressive suiseki – more on that next week. Meanwhile, I hope you have a Happy New Year!
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