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[ID] 2175°°°°( ID:2175 )
[Photographer] Tamamura Kozaburo
[Album] Tamamura Kozaburo (Album)
[Place] unknown
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 89x135
[Cabinet] 48-28-0
[Keyword] woman
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Flower arrangement and the tea ceremony are among the most traditional Japanese arts. Since the 16th century they have flourished despite lifestyle changes and existed as an integral part of daily life for the Japanese people. During the Meiji and Taisho Periods they were considered a means for cultural enlightenment and a desirable asset for brides-to-be. There are many schools of flower arrangement today.