Scottish Bonsai Association

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International Saikei Association

 - (Club or Group)
International Saikei Association - Bonsai Club or Group Bonsai Care

Dedicated to the art of Saikei and those who practice this art the association was originally set up as the British Saikei Association (BSA) in 1996.

The BSA became the International Saikei Association ISA in 2007 after interest from Saikei enthusiasts outside the United Kingdom.  Run by a board, they have members in a number of countries each run by a regional director who feeds local concerns about Saikei to the board.

Publishes monthly magazine and site also contains a video on saikei.

Contact : President and Board : david.penny@saikei.co.uk Membership : membership@saikei.co.uk

 WWW Link for International Saikei Association  

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