Shiho Yokokawa’s Flower Scenery
Now that I spend more time at home in the corona, it is natural and gentle to have a favorite vase in the room, a pretty and beautiful wild flower to put in it, and a simple flower reminiscent of my hometown.
I think you can spend a lot of time.
Just as the combination of food and dish is important, so is the combination of flowers and vase.
Which vase should I put the single flower in my hand.
It’s also fun to think while listening to the voice of the flower and the voice of the vase.
Born in Tokyo.
Studied under Toshiro Kawase since 2005.
“Nageire Flower Class” is held in various places.
https://nageire.jimdofree.com/（The External Link）
Flowers：Chrysanthemum japonicum, Cocculus orbiculatus
Flowers：Aster microcephalus var. ovatus, Chrysanthemum japonense, Chrysanthemum japonicum, Tricyrtis, Solidago virgaurea var. asiatica, Amsonia elliptica, Persicaria odorata subsp. conspicua, Persicaria filiformis
Vase：Bamboo Flower Basket（Rokansai Iizuka）
Flowers：Platycodon grandiflorus, Gentiana scabra var. buergeri, Amsonia elliptica, Crataegus cuneata
Vase：Madara-Garatsu Jar（Momoyama period）
Flowers：Tricyrtis, Lysimachia clethroides, Euonymus alatus
Vase：Hakeme Jar（Joseon dynasty）
Flowers：Camellia japonica, Viburnum furcatum
Vase：Blue and White Jar with Peony design（Joseon dynasty）
With the cooperation of photographer Toru Eto, the scene of Shiho Yokokawa’s “Nageire” will be posted in a column irregularly as “Shiho Yokokawa’s Flower Scenery”.
We hope that you will enjoy it as much as possible as your home time.
Born in Fukuoka.
Graduated from California International University in 1997.
Official photographer of Fukuoka Softbank Hawks, Hotel Okura Fukuoka, Nishitetsu Group.