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Japanese perfection: Troy botanical garden is preparing an exhibition of bonsai

Japanese perfection: Troy botanical garden is preparing an exhibition of bonsai After a year, the Trojan botanical gardens returns bonsai. For the twelfth time you can see a unique exhibition of Japanese art in the open. Every year except Creations Czech growers and plants exposed to foreign filmmakers, this time will be on display bonsai from Italian author Mr. Luca Crespi. Graceful shapes and color harmony blend in perfectly with blooming Japanese garden.

Bonsai exhibition can visit May 19 to 28 daily from 9-20 hours. During two weekends for you rich program will not miss a guided evening guided. Admire the Japanese art in Troy!

"The Japanese Garden is one of the most popular exhibitions botanical gardens and bonsai exhibition is annually a unique experience. This year will see several dozen plants from well-known Czech and foreign producers. First to introduce the Italian writer Luca Crespi. I believe that this time bonsai enchant both professional and lay public. Rich accompanying program to entertain, instruct and delight visitors young and old, "invites the popular exhibition Bohumil Černý, responsible for the management of the City Botanic Gardens. m. Prague. The accompanying program was created in cooperation with the Czech-Japanese company. Honorary patronage over the exhibition took over the Embassy of Japan in the Czech Republic.

On weekends, you can taste Japanese sushi, try the origami You will see demonstrations of Tai Chi exercise and entertain children living statue or hilarious stilt walker. On 20 May, do not miss a demonstration creating a floral ikebana, the Japanese mountain ascetic farce called a thief persimmon performed kjógenu Theater Brno and try to production brush made of bamboo and Japanese calligraphy writing. On Sunday, May 21 enjoy a real tea ceremony and drum show. Bonsai second weekend will include lectures. On Saturday, May 27 awaits you talk about traditional crafts and Soir poetry and music Ivo Hucla Marcela Bárty (saxophone) and John Chalets (drums). On Sunday, May 28 the exhibition will conclude shaping bonsai demonstrations and lecture Holidays and Celebrations in the imperial Kyoto. On both weekends will also be available teahouse by the roadside.

Neither this year will not be popular evening guided exhibition, during which visitors can learn interesting facts about the creation of Japanese gardens on the origin of art of shaping trees and much more. On these special tours must be booked in advance.

For more information about events and news, visit the website gardens .

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