Kifu Sho is one of the seven size classifications of bonsai, the art of growing miniature trees in containers. Kifu Sho bonsai are medium-sized trees that usually measure between 8 and 16 inches in height. They are slightly bigger than Shohin bonsai, but smaller than Chuhin bonsai. Kifu Sho bonsai are popular among bonsai enthusiasts because they are easy to care for and versatile. They can display a lot of character and beauty in their trunk, branches, leaves, and flowers. Kifu Sho bonsai can be grown in various styles, such as formal upright, informal upright, slanting, cascade, semi-cascade, literati, forest, raft, and root-over-rock.