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Edatsuki is a Japanese term that refers to how branches are attached and how they come out of a bonsai tree. It also includes the characteristics of branches such as their lengths and patterns. Edatsuki is related to edajun, which means the order or arrangement of branches from the base of the trunk. Edatsuki and edajun are important aspects of bonsai aesthetics and design.

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