Origin of Japanese Flower Arrangement – Ikenobo School of Ikebana – Fukuoka Flower Exhibition

START: Sep 29, 2021 END: Oct 4, 2021

Approximately 250 ikebana flower arrangements will be on display at this upcoming exhibition. This is an excellent opportunity to view the work of Sen’ei Ikenobo, the 45th grandmaster of the Ikenobo school of ikebana. Arrangements by Senko Ikenobo, the grandmaster designate, will also be featured. Artists from the Ikenobo school active in the Kyushu area will be exhibited at this celebration of ikebana, which will explore the theme “hana wo ikeyo (let’s arrange flowers).” Visitors can expect a selection of colorful creations that use autumnal flowers and exciting arrangements put together by newcomers to the field. It is worth taking a closer look at the “Ikebana Viewing Guide” at the venue. You are sure to discover pieces that showcase the ingenuity of the artists and the unique quality of each flower. Please be aware that the event is split into three separate exhibits. Each one will feature close to 80 items displayed for two days and then swapped over.

• 9/29 (Wed.) ~ 10/4 (Mon.)
• First exhibition: 9/29 (Wed.), 9/30 (Thu.)
• Second exhibition: 10/1 (Fri.), 10/2 (Sat.)
• Third exhibition: 10/3 (Sun.), 10/4 (Mon.)
• 10:00~19:30 (9/30, 10/2 ~16:00, 10/4 ~17:00)
• Iwataya Main Building 7F, main event hall
2-5-35 Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka

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Published: Sep 24, 2021 / Last Updated: Sep 24, 2021

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