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Ikebana in Japan? 2013/3/23 13:33
I was wondering if anyone knew about any places to view, not learn, ikebana around mid-May to mid-June? Like an exhibition or something?
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Re: Ikebana in Japan? 2013/3/23 21:51
Ikebana exhibition at Gajoen, Meguro.
http://www.megurogajoen.co.jp/event/ikebana/index.html

Ikebana by many famous schools such as Sogetsu, Ikenobou, Obara, etc.
http://www.megurogajoen.co.jp/event/ikebana/index.html#schedule

The venue is their historical building called SiKi (100 Steps Stairs) which is standing on a steep hill and have 100 steps stairs inside, along which seven Japanese rooms beautifully decoated - the rooms themselves alone are worth to look. (These rooms are not always open to public.)

It has already started, and until 19th May 2013 (closed on Mondays)
Open: 10:00 to 18:00 (Last admission 17:30)
Admission: Adult JPY1,200
Student JPY600 (need ID)

Info on this exhibition is available in Japanese language only but some info in English here:
http://www.megurogajoen.co.jp/english/index.html
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