Altogether on a different level from the flowers and herbs in your balcony garden, the plants on display at this Ginza exhibit are some of the rarest ones out there, assembled from all over the world by self-proclaimed 'plant hunter' Seijun Nishihata. A fifth-generation gardener and plant wholesaler, he's Japan's foremost authority on flora, so you'll be sure to get plenty of new insights at the show – where Nishihata's plants are placed in pots created by Koichi Uchida, one of Japan's most exciting ceramic artists.
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Unfortunately, it's only on room in size and they've only got a handful of odd looking plants! I was under the impression it would be a much larger open space. But it's a dark tiny room on the 3F.
It was a shame there wasn't any English translations to the texts. I would've loved to know what they said.
However, it still is a good photo op, but may not be worth a long trip.