Watching the Preparations for New Year’s Bonsai Decorations at the Imperial Palace of Japan

A group of people make bonsai ornaments for the new year called ‘spring decoration’ with a 150-year-old tree at the Imperial Palace of Japan, Tuesday (12/21/2021).

The “spring decoration” of the Imperial Palace is a traditional New Year’s bonsai with pine, bamboo, plum, sarcandra glabra, and ardisia crenata, which can reach 2 meters high,” said the Imperial Household Agency of Japan, Tuesday (12/21/2021). Peralatan Rumah Tangga

According to the Imperial Household Agency, some of the main plum trees, which start to be made in early December every year, are over 150 years old.

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On December 21, the staff of the Imperial Household Agency are working on finishing the bonsai by placing moss on the base of the bonsai and placing white sand as an image of a river flow. Perlengkapan Rumah Tangga

About 20 “spring ornaments” pots were made and can be displayed in the palaces of the Imperial Palace, the residences of His Majesty the Emperor and Empress, and the temporary residences of the Emperor and his wife. Property News

Meanwhile scholarships (to Japan), free study at Japanese language schools in Japan, as well as efforts to learn Japanese more effectively through the Zoom application continue to be carried out for Indonesian citizens actively with the target of studying at school in Japan. For complete information, please email: with subject: Learn Japanese. House Furniture Solution

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