Here is my homework for stitch #34 Japanese Stitch.
First as a canvas stitch
Which was easy to stitch and makes a nice filling.
The Japanese embroidery with flat silk floss on kimono silk was harder to work.
The stitch could just as well be ordinary Satin Stitch, I guess.
After having done the Japanese Stitch I added Stem Stitch - for the stems.
Then I added some Chinese Knot Stitches in purple and blue,
threw in a few silver lines made of Japanese Stitch,
and a sprinkle of Chinese Cross Stitches in gold.
Nihon Shishu, Japanese embroidery, is more difficult than I thought. I will have to try again!