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Japanese Ikebana Tools Made From Tin
Tin, like gold and silver, has been used since ancient times. It is still used in many countries for luxury household items such as sake cups. This material was imported to Japan from China in the 8th century.
Tin has a unique luster and a unique feel, and does not rust in air or water.
Tin has an antibacterial effect, resulting from its high ion content, which helps water to stay clean for a long time. TOMO ikebana tools are 100% made of pure tin, with no other metals mixed in. Our beginner-friendly ikebana tools are produced in Toyama Prefecture, where tin products are protected and handed down as a traditional craft.
EASY CARE IKEBANA TOOLS
All you need to wash your Japanese ikebana tools is a neutral kitchen detergent and a soft sponge. If your tool becomes dirty or dull, polish it with baking soda.
CREATE EFFORTLESSLY YOUR OWN FLORAL ARRANGEMENT
Enjoy your floral arrangements, no matter what bowl, vase or other container you want to use with TOMO Ikebana tools. Start by preparing a vase. Adjust the shape of the tool and place it in the vase to stabilize it. Finally, insert the stems of the flowers into the vase. Unlike kenzan, these tools are not sharp. Children can also have fun creating their own bouquet.
How to use TOMO Ikebana keeper
1. Fold your ikebana keeper as you wish
2. Place your ikebana keeper in a vase filled with water
3. Use your ikebana keeper like a kenzan!
How to use TOMO Bouquet keeper
Fold the keeper to wrap the stems of your bouquet, and place it in a vase filled with water.Buy on Amazon
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