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This article is an attempt to focus on the origin of ikebana, tatehana (standing branch or flower) style and to examine the process of the historical development of ikebana. First, we pay attention to the fact that the treetop of a big tree is brought into the house and is put up in a flower vase and decorated in the tokonoma (wall niche) even today after having been cut in the rituals of the mountain divinity, then we will examine what kind of effect the belief in big trees had on thedoi:10.22452/mjpva.vol4no1.3 fatcat:fovmnwbfhvfk5fqqnvhtlm5khq