‘Ikebana’ is one of the most widely-known Japanese words. Ikebana often translates as “flower arrangement”, but did you know the difference between Western flower arrangement and Japanese ikebana?
Western flower arrangement uses many flowers to fill in the space, whereas ikebana is an art to create a space on purpose to make the shapes or the lines of plants look even more beautiful. Through ikebana, we learn to respect the nature as well as to be grateful for it.
But there is no need to think too much. An experienced teacher will kindly teach you, and you can enjoy and learn through practice. The time spent quietly to face the flowers will calm your heart too!
Recommendation Points・You can learn the basic skills of ikebana, the Japanese traditional art.
・A teacher teaches you history of ikebana and ikebana style.
・You can use fresh seasonal flowers delivered by the flower shop on the day
・You can experience the Kyoto-esque atmosphere in a machiya (townhouse) built 80 years ago
Message from Staff
|Contents||Ikebana flower arrangement experience|
・1 day prior to your scheduled day : 50% |
・On the day: 100%
|Group||1 people~up to 6 people|
|Notes for children||6 years old~|
Small children must be accompanied by parents.
|Address||373-26 Horiike-cho, Higashiyama-ku Kyoto Japan 605-0038|
3 minutes walk from Subway Tozai Line Higashiyama Station.
10 minutes walk from Randen Shijo-Omiya Station.