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Nishi Honganji (the western temple) is a large temple
compound located north west of Kyoto Station. It is one of
two head ...
Aside from the
cherry blossom, the
chrysanthemum
(kiku) is considered
to be Japan’s
national flower,
since it is
associate...
Chrysanthemums trained in bonsai forms
Fukusukezukuri  style - one flower on a tiny plant
The  large  flowered kiku type 
called atsumono are  typically 
grown in groups of three. This 
training  style  is  known...
Atsumono Kiku is produced by 
removing  all  other  buds  as  it 
grows  so  that  one  stem  may 
produce  just  one  flo...
At the base, it
sometimes looks
like the three stems
have come from
one origin, but
actually the three
stems have grown
se...
The head of the flower is fairly
large, spanning up to 20cm
across. The three flowers act
as a balance to each other,
and ...
“Raising a kiku
from seed is
more difficult
than raising
children”
Kudamono kiku (spider mum)
Sagagiku are known as brush or thistle chrysanthemums in the west
Many family crests have featured
this flower, which is a symbol of
longevity; you can see it on the
50-yen coin, too. Beca...
Kudamono kiku (spider mum)
To drink the dew off
chrysanthemums is
considered an elixir
for long life
To prepare
Chrysanthemum
Wine, you have to
float some
Chrysanthemum
petals in rice
wine, appreciate
their beauty first
and...
Kudamono kiku, known as the spider chrysanthemum
Kiku variety called 'Dance‘ classified as a spoon flower type in the west
The seal of the
Japanese imperial
family is the kiku
flower, based on the
flat, ichimonji type
Perhaps the most
visually stunning flower
type is the
huge ichimonji kiku
which can be up to 20
cm across. This type
has l...
Text: Internet
Pictures: Internet
Nicoleta Leu
Copyright: All the images belong to their authors
Presentation: Sanda Foişo...
Japan67 Kyoto9 Nishi Honganji Temple Chrysanthemums
Japan67 Kyoto9 Nishi Honganji Temple Chrysanthemums
Japan67 Kyoto9 Nishi Honganji Temple Chrysanthemums
Japan67 Kyoto9 Nishi Honganji Temple Chrysanthemums
Japan67 Kyoto9 Nishi Honganji Temple Chrysanthemums
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Japan67 Kyoto9 Nishi Honganji Temple Chrysanthemums
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Japan67 Kyoto9 Nishi Honganji Temple Chrysanthemums
Japan67 Kyoto9 Nishi Honganji Temple Chrysanthemums
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Nishi Honganji Temple is a large temple compound located north west of Kyoto Station with many beautiful buildings of historical and architectural significance. It is one of two head temples of the Jodo Shinshu sect of Buddhism in Kyoto. Both of these temples are called Honganji, and so are distinguished by their location: Nishi Honganji being the western temple, and Higashi Honganji being the eastern temple. Chrysanthemum flowers exhibition in Nishi Honganji Temple

Japan67 Kyoto9 Nishi Honganji Temple Chrysanthemums

  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-2778014-japan67-kyoto9/
  2. 2. Nishi Honganji (the western temple) is a large temple compound located north west of Kyoto Station. It is one of two head temples of the Jodo Shinshu sect of Buddhism in Kyoto. Japan’s most famous fall flower surly is kiku, known in the west as the “common garden chrysanthemum” or more simply mum. It is said that they were first brought to Japan from China as a medicine, coupled with a tale about them bringing long life (we’re talking 100s of years).
  3. 3. Aside from the cherry blossom, the chrysanthemum (kiku) is considered to be Japan’s national flower, since it is associated with the Imperial Family. Not only does it appear on the imperial crest, but the monarchy is also referred to as the Chrysanthemum Throne.Kiku exhibition at Nishi Honganji Temple
  4. 4. Chrysanthemums trained in bonsai forms
  5. 5. Fukusukezukuri  style - one flower on a tiny plant
  6. 6. The  large  flowered kiku type  called atsumono are  typically  grown in groups of three. This  training  style  is  known  as sanbonjitate  with  each  flower representing balancing  elements: heaven, earth, and  human
  7. 7. Atsumono Kiku is produced by  removing  all  other  buds  as  it  grows  so  that  one  stem  may  produce  just  one  flower.  For  the competition, the atsumono  type is displayed as a trio, with  each  flower  at  exactly  the  same height as the others
  8. 8. At the base, it sometimes looks like the three stems have come from one origin, but actually the three stems have grown separately and then later been tied together for a more appealing base
  9. 9. The head of the flower is fairly large, spanning up to 20cm across. The three flowers act as a balance to each other, and each flower has a different meaning – earth, heaven and human. All the elements are considered to be important and must be equal in height
  10. 10. “Raising a kiku from seed is more difficult than raising children”
  11. 11. Kudamono kiku (spider mum)
  12. 12. Sagagiku are known as brush or thistle chrysanthemums in the west
  13. 13. Many family crests have featured this flower, which is a symbol of longevity; you can see it on the 50-yen coin, too. Because of the chrysanthemum’s significance, there are several flower festivals dedicated to it
  14. 14. Kudamono kiku (spider mum)
  15. 15. To drink the dew off chrysanthemums is considered an elixir for long life
  16. 16. To prepare Chrysanthemum Wine, you have to float some Chrysanthemum petals in rice wine, appreciate their beauty first and then drink
  17. 17. Kudamono kiku, known as the spider chrysanthemum
  18. 18. Kiku variety called 'Dance‘ classified as a spoon flower type in the west
  19. 19. The seal of the Japanese imperial family is the kiku flower, based on the flat, ichimonji type
  20. 20. Perhaps the most visually stunning flower type is the huge ichimonji kiku which can be up to 20 cm across. This type has large, wide florets that are supported below by a disc of white paper. The Japanese royal family crest is patterned after this type
  21. 21. Text: Internet Pictures: Internet Nicoleta Leu Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: Teresa Teng 2016
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