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The Misho School was founded about 200 years ago by Mishosai Ippo, who left the life of a Samurai warrior to study flowers. 

The flower arrangement most closely associated with Misho's name is called "Kakubana." The arrangement has the basic shape of an isosceles triangle. 

Misho tried to include the idea of encompassing the universe, human beings and the earth (the harmony of heaven, earth and man) in this form. 

The name Misho means "a stored power arising to bring about movement just before birth."