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International contributions to Japan Suiseki Exhibition

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One of the remarkable aspects of Suiseki Exhibition Japan is that all stones on display were from Japan. This included a series of stones of Japanese origin who returned to Japan for the exhibition. Contributors include some of the most well-known enthusiasts outside Japan suiseki -. People who have worked hard to promote the art and have contributed greatly to its popularity worldwide

Kamuikotan ishi -

Kamuikotan Ishi, “Patria” – Hideko Metaxas

Sajigawa ishi - Larry and Nina Ragle

Sajigawa ishi – Larry and Nina Ragle

Kamogawa beninagashi ishi - Martin Pauli

Kamogawa beninagashi ishi – Martin Pauli

Tamagawa ishi - William N. Valavanis

Tamagawa Ishi – William N. Valavanis

Setagawa ishi - Tom Elias

Setagawa ishi – Tom Elias

Seigaku ishi - Sean L. Smith

Seigaku ishi – stone and outstanding daiza by Sean L. Smith

Chikuzen maguro ishi - Wil

maguro ishi Chikuzen – Wil

Touring the exhibition was a gift – I feel lucky to have seen so many great stones in one place, and it was great to feel the emotion that was shared by veterans of suiseki and casual visitors. The event makes it easy to understand the appeal of the collection of precious stones and interesting. It also makes me excited about the future such events.

Kamogawa ishi

Kamogawa Ishi

Sajigawa ishi

Sajigawa Ishi

Neo kikka seki

kikka neo Seki

Kamuikotan ishi

Kamuikotan Ishi

Setagawa ishi

Setagawa Ishi

Kurokamo ishi

Kurokamo Ishi

Setagawa ishi

Setagawa Ishi

in addition to the stones, the exhibition show suiseki accessories including figures, scrolls, suiban, Doban and exhibitors. Their inclusion was a great addition to the exhibition because it gave visitors the opportunity to focus on important elements suiseki display that can be easily overlooked when combined with protruding stones.

Suiban

suiban

Doban - Harada Houn

Doban by Harada Houn

Display stands

exhibitors

This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com


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