A touch on a Japanese Culture IKEBANA
Art of Ikebana
Generations of Ikenobo masters have emphasized that we should appreciate flowers not only for their beauty, but for the background and brightness of their life as well. By arranging flowers, we seek to attain enlightenment.
Saturday, November 18th, 2023
●Instructor : NAKAMURA Masakazu
Assistant Instructor of Ikenobo Central Institute of Ikebana
Teaching ikebana to Ikenobo teachers
and others throughout Japan In 2010 and 2016, taught ikebana in the U.S. and Canada
Minato City Lifelong Learning Center Room 101（1F）
Shimbashi 3-16-3, Minato-ku, Tokyo
3-minute walk from Shimbashi Station（Karasumori Exit）
●Capacity : 30
In case the number of applicants exceeds our limit, drawing will be made.
Winners will be informed accordingly to your email.
●Admission :￥3,500（Material costs, etc.）
Advance payment is required, once you receive email confirmation of your participation.
●How to apply:
Apply via HP by Friday Oct.20th.
Post Office/ JP Bank Branch No.019
Current account No. 00130-0-157457
Recipient: Minato UNESCO Association
Minato Unesco Association
16-3, Shimbashi 3-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0004, Japan
(Minato-city Lifelong Learning Center)
Tel : 03-3434-2300
(Tuesday~Friday 10:30~17:00) (closed on national holidays)