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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.

Ikebana by many famous schools such as Sogetsu, Ikenobou, Obara, etc.

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:
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