Ikebana Trial Lesson

for non-Japanese participants

❤ beginner-friendly

❤ just bring yourself

What is Ikebana?

Ikebana is one of the traditional Japanese arts which put seasonal flowers and plants in containers beautifully.
In Ikebana, it is important to bring out natural beauty of the plants, and create an arrangement using empty space around the plants effectively. Unlike Western flower arranging, we use a metal holder with brass needles called “kenzan” to fix the flowers in containers. Even though they use the same floral materials and try the same styles of arranging, each work has its own expression, which makes Ikebana more interesting.
Enjoy your time with beautiful flowers.

About event

 Date Thursday, May 23
 Time Choose one from below:
10:00-11:00 (dismissed by 11:30)  or  13:00-14:00 (dismissed by 14:30)
 Place MIFA
 Content Ikebana trial lesson   *You can take flowers at home after the lesson.
 Language Japanese & easy English
 Fee 2,000 yen
 Limited enrollment 12 people / session   *FCFS
 Note If you need to cancel, please inform us by noon on May 21st (Tue.) A cancellation fee of 2,000 yen will be incurred after that.

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AM session
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