|Ikebana, literally means arranging flowers or making flowers alive, is an art in Japan that is also known as Kado. This old tradition usually refers to flower arrangement made as offerings in altars or ceremony. While often the arrangement is simple or modest in size, in certain situation, it can also be huge and intricate. In this particular arrangement, the flowers are arranged with bamboo pole in the background, thus shows the size of the arrangement. The arrangement also utilises cloth as part of the decoration.