Ikebana art Tokyo , Miu-ryu school at Meiji shrine
I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 25 countries. I’ve got the license of the certificate English guide in Japan for 8 years.
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I saw an exhibition of ikebana at Meiji Shrine.
There were many different schools of ikebana on display this day.
This is an ikebana from a school called Miuryu.
The Miu-ryu school of ikebana was founded in the late Edo period during the Bunka era (1603-1868).
Ichiho Miusai is the founder.
There are several schools that call themselve. “Miu” today, but the origin of the school can be traced back to its founder, Miusai .
Philosophy of Miu-ryu
Miusai believed that nature is not only precious by herself.
But the true meaning of ikebana is to express a more essential beauty through the intervention of human hands.
Miusai praised the “equivalence” of nature and human hands.
In addition, he systematized the previous ikebana theories by integrating Eastern philosophy into a floral form based on geometric theory.
So I think it is a typical combination with philosophy and real art.
Anyway I think it’s a very beautiful ikebana.
Why don’t you come and see them?
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!