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BREAKING NEWS!!!!!! Your chance to undertake a workshop with Taiga Urushibata

26 Jun

This will be worth every penny to have the chance to work with such a rising star.

British Shohin Bonsai

As part of its Spirit of Shohin weekend on April 2nd and 3rd 2016, British Shohin Bonsai are delighted to announce that we will be running workshops led by Taiga Urushibata.

This is a major opportunity to work with one of Japan’s foremost young bonsai artists and will give participants an unforgettable bonsai experience.

The cost for these workshops will be £130 per day. Participants should bring their own material and equipment. Please note that any size of tree is acceptable for the workshop.

If you are interested in taking a place on one of these workshops, please contact us at britishshohinbonsai@gmail.com to book your place.   Please state your preferred day – i.e. Sat or Sun or if either is acceptable.

Places will be strictly limited and allocated on a first come-first served basis so please get your booking in quickly to avoid disappointment.

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Taiga Taiga burning bright

25 Jun

This is going to be a fantastic show.

British Shohin Bonsai

British Shohin Bonsai are delighted to announce that the headliner for the Spirit of Shohin exhibition next April will be none other than Taiga Urushibata.

The son of Nobuichi Urushibata,  Taiga is the second generation of Urushibatas working in Taisho-en,  the family nursery in Shizuoka, Japan.

While Taiga grew up immersed in bonsai tradition and art, it was with another Japanese Bonsai great that he honed the skills learnt originally from his father. In 2000 he became apprentice to Mr Masahiko Kimura and in the six years he worked with the great master,  Taiga went on to develop skills at a very high level. Indeed Mr Kimura always rated Taiga as one of the best apprentices he had ever had.

Taiga returned to Shizuoka in 2006 to work alongside his father at Taisho-en.  Now an  established bonsai artist in his own right,   Taiga has done  workshops and demos in Japan…

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