For your next event, enjoy a flower arranging workshop filled with creativity, energy and passion.
Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arranging. During an ikebana workshop, you will learn how to use your creativity to create a unique flower arrangement to enjoy at home. These bespoke workshops are perfect to try something new and fun with a group of friends or colleagues.
The workshops are custom designed to ensure the right, timing, venue and themes are selected to suit your event. Be it a team building exercise, an office event, a bachelorette party or a kids birthday party, we can design the workshop to suit the participants. In each of the workshops, the flowers will be available for the participants to take home with them. Workshop packages start from ¥8000 per person and the suggested time frame is 2 hours. All flowers will be included in the cost, as well as the rental of tools and vases. The flowers will vary depending on the season, and we can work together to select flowers in colours and style to suit any particular branding or theme required.
Introduction and demonstration
Learn about the basics of ikebana design, as well as the materials, vase and tools we will be using. Watch a demonstration by Julia on how to create your arrangement.
Next is time to get hands on, with everyone creating their own arrangements while asking questions and receiving feedback.
All arrangements will be photographed, so everyone can enjoy the memory of the workshop. Participants are also able to take home the flower materials to enjoy.
We’ll work with you to design the perfect session that will benefit your team or group. The workshop schedule and materials will be decided to suitably match the theme and venue of your choice.
MEET THE FOUNDER
“Ikebana is such a fun way to relax, release stress and create something beautiful”
Julia Rush is an Australian Ikebana teacher & artist, from Sydney now living in Tokyo, who is deeply passionate about educating people on appreciating the beauty of nature through flower arrangement and connecting with new people through a shared love of ikebana, flowers and nature.