Sogetsu school of ikebana

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Sogetsu school of ikebana

Time Out says

Ikebana flower arrangement represents the refined side of cute and it is steeped in tradition. However, it is also often seen as a virtually impenetrable Japanese art. Happily, the Sogetsu school of ikebana, founded in 1927 in central Tokyo, has a slightly more liberal and open approach than other schools.

Gone are the extremely rigid rules, with the emphasis being on your own creativity and ikebana as an art form. You can either follow a full-on course or simply take a trial session at the Aoyama headquarters.



7-2-21 Akasaka, Minato-ku
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