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    Japanese Chrysanthemum. Brought to Japan by Buddhist monks in 400 AD. Became the imperial flower. Photo by Viktoria Minsk.

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    The art of the Japanese Chrysanthemum The Chrysanthemum was brought to Japan by Buddhist monks in AD 400. Japanese emperors so loved the Chrysanthemum flower that they sat upon Chrysanthemum thrones. Chrysanthemums, kikus in Japanese, were featured on the Imperial Crest of Japan.

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