Floating and rotating plants, the 'little stars', as Air Bonsai creators affectionally call them.

Created by Hoshinchu Air Bonsai Garden to reflect the honor and respect the Japanese have for Japanese traditions, culture and ''kokoro'' (the core of Japanese civilization), this project was already launched by Hikaru Hoshi in Spring 2015, but it was later also launched on Kickstarter in January 2016, where it proved to be in very popular demand. The goal of the Air Bonsai project, they say, is "to engage with and involve "Star People" to restore the health and beauty of our "star", Planet Earth." 

Air Bonsai is comprised of two components: the top half "little star" and bottom half "energy base". Each Air Bonsai is different, with growing elegant plants, mosses or pines. It takes a lot of time and energy to care properly for a bonsai tree, but it's worth it. Figuratively, it is like taking care of our planet Earth - keep up the good work and the long-term results will show in time.

The ''energy base'' with a rotating mechanism conducts magnetic energy and is 'responsible' for the floating of your plant. The ''little star'' has 6 centimeters in diameter and is powered by a built-in magnet that allows it to float 2 centimeters above the ''energy base'', which is available in four desgins. The plants used will depend on what you can buy and grow locally in your own country.

Air Bonsai runs with an AC adapter.

March 12, 2017 Living photo: Hoshinchu Air Bonsai Garden/via Facebook

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