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Hanedashi is a Japanese term that refers to one or two trunks in a multi-trunk bonsai tree that sprout out to the right or left, creating a dynamic and asymmetrical appearance . Hanedashi is an important factor for bonsai aesthetics and value, as it adds interest and movement to the composition . Hanedashi trunks are usually smaller than the main trunk and can be positioned at different heights and angles. Hanedashi can be used in various bonsai styles, such as group planting, forest planting, or clump style.

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