Venkatesh posted some pictures from the Japan week earlier, here.
Here are some more...
The Japanese version of our "dhrishti pushnikai"?
The Ohara School in Chennai also participated and had a lovely corner. Above, is a Rimpa style arrangement, related to the Rimpa style of painting in Japan, from what I coud gather, from the write-up next to the arrangement. The decorative qualities of the materials used are captured.
Water reflecting style
The literature read, " In this style the subject is placed to slant over the container and cast its reflection on the surface of the water. it is called the Water reflecting style because the Subject, the Secondary and the Object are arranged so a wide surface of water is visible"
My photo cut off the literature, but searching on the 'net, I discovered that this style is based on the Chinese art of painting, and looks to highlight the poetic and elegant nature of one's material.
A typical Ohara landscape, I thought!