Sogetsu Ikebana Flower Arrangement

Established in 1927, the Sogestu school of ikebana flower arrangement features both standard and freeform styles.


What will I learn in this class?
Learn about the principles of flower arrangement in the Sogetsu school, a methodology that encourages expression and artistry over defined procedures. Students unable to attend a scheduled session can arrange a make-up lesson with the instructor.

What is the goal of this class?
Students create their own arrangements they can display at home while learning skills to help them continue this invigorating hobby outside of the Club.

Who teaches this class?
Kumiko Fujimura is a certified Sogetsu instructor and has been practicing ikebana since her college years when she began assisting classes at the Club.

 

  • Feb 6, 13, 27, Mar 5, 12, 19, Apr 2, 9, 30, May 7, 14, 21 & 28
  • 10–11:30am
  • Toko Shinoda & Yukiko Maki classrooms
  • ¥52,000 (materials fee: ¥19,500; textbook and basic tools: ¥8,000)
  • Cancellation deadline: Jan 29

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