Keshiki means something like “landscape” in japanese and is pronounced kesh-key. The term is used by Kenji Kobayashi in his book to refer to simple “landscape” bonsai that he creates.  

My keshiki come from the same idea.



Keshiki bonsai no. 52 is a formal upright tree situated in moss surrounded by rocks and stones.




Drainage hole with screen, wired in. Wire can be then run from outside into the pot, to hold down the tree in such a shallow pot.