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There’s nothing simpler than Wabi-Kusa!

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There’s nothing simpler than Wabi-Kusa! Takashi Amano is a popularizer of this style. The name, “Wabi-Kusa,” can not be translated literally. “Wabi” means nothing more than “simplicity,” while “Kusa” means “grass.” Everything relies on simplicity and minimalism. Small, glass vessels, filled with modest amount of water, substrate and plants—there is no need for anything else. […]