SpotHana Toro

First held 5 years ago, Hana Toro is now a popular event held early each spring. Flower arrangement displays by members of the Kyoto Ikebana Kyokai, including an eminent master in the art are one of the must-sees. The ikebana arrangements displayed over the last six days of the exhibition differ from those displayed for the first six to enable repeat visitors an opportunity to enjoy both experiences. In addition to ikebana, five types of lanterns can be seen with one of the more popular types the stone lanterns of Ishibe Koji (a famous stone-paved alley).

Hana Toro





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