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Ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement), one of the Japanese traditional arts, requires the use of a pair of special steel scissors to compose an arrangement. Although to cut materials with the special type of scissors plays a crucial role in the composition of arrangements, the analyses of the cutting motion have not been taken so far. Comparing the cutting motion between non-experts and experts, it is found that non-experts cut in a slow speed, and on the contrary, experts cut rapidly in a short time. Normally, it is considered that the cutting strength has an effect on the duct of the material and influences the condition of the water absorption. However, there are no specific differences of the material’s cut surface between non-experts and experts’ cutting. The degradation of the material after cutting was not observed as well. It is assumed to be the reason that the original condition of the material was good and the material was preserved well after cutting. Therefore, we hope to analyze the original condition of the material, researching more about the different usage of the scissors and the influence brought by the usage hereafter.
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