I am not of the Minimalist School of Design. I like flowers over flowing in my arrangements. Fujikami tends to set off single flowers in an arrangement to stand out. I can't see spending that kind of money for so few flowers in a piece.
I had recently sent flowers to a friend's opening and was disappointed at seeing three flower arrangements (one of which was mine) that looked so close to one another that I was in disbelief.
I did spend a lot on it and was a little bothered that there were three identical stick arrangements with the same plastic tray and bamboo.