Ikebana Flower Arrangement Online
Ikebana means making flowers alive or giving flowers life. It is the Japanese way of flower arrangement also known as kado. During the Heian period, the priests who took care of altar arrangements were called ikenobo and they are the first known masters who developed the best way of arranging flowers. Ikebana has simple rules influenced by simplicity and minimalism in Buddhism. There are usually 3 types of main flowers: primary flower in the middle, the secondary flower right next to it and an ornamental flower down below. There are also 2 main types of vases a wide and low round vases called moribana and tall thin vases called nageire.
Unique Virtual Ikebana Flower Arrangement Experience
- Explanation of ikebana and the culture of ikebana
- Explanation of the basic rules of ikebana
- Live instructions on how to create a beginner level ikebana artwork
- Feedback on your flower arrangement
Process of Reserving Online Ikebana Experience
- Step 1: Please make a reservation on this page and you will get a confirmation email automatically.
- Step 2: We will email you a link to the online video call 24 hours prior to your lesson. Just click on the link at your reserved time slot and enjoy the experience!
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Notes on Reserving Ikebana Experience Online
- The time slots listed on the reservation page is Japanese Standard Time (13 hours ahead of New York City, 7 hours ahead of Paris).
- Please make sure you are joining the meeting by using a device with a camera and a microphone (iphone, macbook, airbook, webcam, etc.).
- The ikebana teacher has to prepare flowers and arrange her schedule in advance. So, please understand that there is a 100% cancellation fee if you can’t participate in the meeting.
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