Ikebana 12/7/2016

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I had composed this arrangement of Siberian Dogwood (サンゴミズキ), Gold dust dracaena (ゴッドセフィアナ), and Rose (バラ).

I heard that if you pierce a stem neck just under the cut flower head with a pin, the flower will last long.

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When I was driving today, there was a shrine by chance. I felt like visitng it.

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There were two statues of fox on both sides in front of Inari Shrine. It is believed that the fox is sacred to the God of Harvests.

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There was a sea over there.




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Original Article:

I had composed this arrangement of Siberian Dogwood (サンゴミズキ), Gold dust dracaena (ゴッドセフィアナ), and Rose (バラ).

I heard that if you pierce a stem neck just under the cut flower head with a pin, the flower will last long.

When I was driving today, there was a shrine by chance. I felt like visitng it.

There were two statues of fox on both sides in front of Inari Shrine. It is believed that the fox is sacred to the God of Harvests.


There was a sea over there.


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Recommended Corrections:

I had composed this arrangement of Siberian Dogwood (サンゴミズキ), Gold dust dracaena (ゴッドセフィアナ), and Rose (バラ).

I heard that if you pierce *the stem neck with a pin, just under **a cut flower head, the flower will last long.

*The reason 'the' is used here instead of 'a' is that each flower has a definite stem neck, there is only one per flower.

**The reason 'a' is used here instead of 'the' is that you are talking in general. You are talking about any flower head. The flower head is undefined.

While I was driving today, I happened upon this shrine by chance. I felt like visiting it.

There was a statue of a fox on either side of the front of Inari Shrine. It is believed that the fox is sacred to the God of Harvests.

You can just see the sea in the background.

Re: English Corrections

Hi Shiroi Tora.

Thank you very much for the corrections and the explanations about the article (a, the).

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Welcome to my blog.
I'm married and we have a son. I live in Hokkaido, Japan.
I like handmade things and Ikebana(arranging flowers).
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