The above illustration shows a standard rack for displaying shohin-bonsai. The rack is called Nanaten Tanakazari in Japanese. Four parts  The rack is divided into four parts: Tenba (top of rack), Chudan (middle), Gedan (bottom) and Maeoki or Hanedashi (sub stage) in this classic example of a rack for Shohin. There are other types of …

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