I've never been to the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum, but if the elegance of the display shown in this photo is any indication, maybe I should start saving my yen.
Continuing our Omiya Bonsai Art Museum theme and still on vacation so we’ll also continue borrowing from our archives (with a little value added today). The three photos shown here were part of a post that appeared in May, 2012.
Japanese five needle pine (Goyomatsu) from the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum's gallery. Japanese five needle pines are also called Japanese white pine. The Latin is Pinus parviflora, or sometimes Pinus parvifolia. The Japanese goyo is five needle and matsu is pine.
Can't resist all this color. One more photo from the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum. You might notice that all three panels show bonsai
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