Kokedama style of Wabikusa. Wabi denotes something aesthetic, imperfectly beautiful and natural. Kusa means grass, or sometimes, plant. It denotes something natural, Kokedama is a ball of moss covered soil with arranged plants. Unlike other bonsai styles, its history is not so old and it’s said the idea originated from Nearai, which was a popular bonsai style during the Edo era in Japan, and is a bonsai grown first in a pot and taken out of the pot and set on a stand to enjoy without a pot.