Ikebana – Japanese flower arrangement-

Beginners are always welcome

Ikebana, or Japanese flower arrangement, is a form of traditional Japanese art. Volunteers teach you Japanese style of flower arrangement on one-on-one basis. Our class has 2 schools of arrangement; Sogetsu and Ohara.
Enjoy seasonal flowers every time you come.
You can take the flowers home after the class.

 

Comment:
・It was the first time for me to try Japanese flower arrangement, and I found it was enjoyable. Volunteers taught me how to do that very kindly. Thank you so much. (a female from China)
・Today, I tried a style of arrangement different from usual. I like it very much.(a male from Sri Lanka)
・We can enjoy various styles of arrangement in a different vase. Meanwhile, we can learn different sense of art from non-Japanese people, which is great. (a female from Japan)

Date 1st & 3rd Tuesdays (except national holidays & in August)
2019 :Mar. 5, 19, Apr. 2, 16, May 7, 21, June 4, 18, July 2, 16, Sep. 3, 17, Oct. 1 15, Nov. 5, 19, Dec. 3, 17
2020:Jan. 7, 21, Feb. 4, 18, Mar. 3, 17
The Ikebana class on January 7 has been canceled due to the New Year holidays.
Time 10:30-12:00 a.m.
Place MIFA
Fee MIFA member ¥1,100 /  visitor ¥1,500(the cost of flowers is included)
Capacity 15 people
Apply Inform MIFA of ①your name, ②nationality, ③phone number ④the date you will attend by noon on a day prior to your arrival.
※Fee of 1,000 yen will be incurred upon you in case of cancellation after that.

 

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