Focusing on the Display Style of Bonsai

There are some Japanese traditional displaying styles of bonsai.
If you visit any bonsai exhibitions, you would see some of them.

Tokokazari, displaying in the Japanese alcove 'Tokonoma' is a well-known style.
It is created with a main bonsai, an accent bonsai and a scroll. A small desk or a wooded plate is placed under the bonsai.

The aim of Tokokazari is to present the magnificent scenery with two or three (a main bonsai, an accent bonsai and a scroll) in Tokonoma.

The other displaying style is called Sekikazari. It is created with a main and accent bonsai, a carpet and a screen in the Japanese-style room.

Tanakazari is for the Shohin-bonsai that is less than 20cm in height from the bottom of the pot to the top of the plant. Tanakazari is created with five different materials including bonsai and a small displaying shelf.

The displaying with a quince bonsai and a scroll at Takao-Komagino garden park on April 2015

 Though generally they are called 'traditional displaying-style,' according to some documents it was Meiji era, they were established as the decoration way of bonsai. Nowadays the house with tokonoma as well as the Japanese-style rooms are on the decrease in Japan.

I think now is the time that we should create some new displaying or appreciating style of bonsai.
I expect overseas bonsai enthusiasts to find something their own authentic and unique styles, but it seems that they admire Tokokazari much more than Japanese people in general.

This is what I displayed with a maple, dear and the Kintsugi plate I did. 

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