Virtual Ikebana Flower Arrangement

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Capture the seasons in a vase

Ikebana, or kado, is the Japanese art of flower arrangement. The practice arrived in Japan with Buddhism over 1,000 years ago, and derives from floral offerings set before temple altars. The art form was first codified in the 15th century by the Ikenobo School in Kyoto, which still exists today. Ikebana balances seasonal expression with the artist’s own spirit, and explores the relationship between humans and the natural world.

Highlights of the Experience

Introduction to the history and spirit of ikebana

Explanation and Demonstration of the 18th century ‘Shoka’ style of ikebana

Flower Arrangement with your own flowers


60-120 minutes




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