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TYABANA Flowers for the tea ceremony It was created by the great master of Senna tea in the 16th century, with the dissemination of this ceremony a kind.

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2 TYABANA Flowers for the tea ceremony

3 It was created by the great master of Senna tea in the 16th century, with the dissemination of this ceremony a kind of flower arrangements formed to decorate the tea pavilion. the art of making compositions of flowers (ikebana) began as a Buddhist practice and then became a tradition put every morning at the altar fresh flowers that give a touch of naturalness and beauty, and that in turn will provide peace and quiet to the mind-. Rules for the tyabana: for a small Tearoom in the composition, it is best to use one or two types of flowers, which must be in accordance with the surrounding atmosphere avoid flowers with strong flavor and bright colors prefer white colors for the afternoon and evening. combining plant species also is symbolic. branches of pine with a rose trees, represent eternal youth and longevity pine and Peony, the youth and prosperity branches of apricot, symbol of beauty and elegance of Japanese women orchids, chrysanthemums, represent the joy bamboo, the value Chrysanthemum, inflexibility For thousands of years the art of ikebana in Japan it could be performed only with men, and only in the last century have joined the women. Young people had begun to forget the traditions of their ancestors, so now in Japan, children are taught this art at the age of 6 years. TYABANA

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