Ikebana is one of the traditional Japanese art in which flowers and plants are specially arranged for appreciation.
It has been practiced for more than 600 years, and there are so many styles in Ikebana.
In this exhibition, 45 styles of Ikebana are displayed in a Cultural property, Hyakudan Kaidan.
*Exhibits change every week.
Nature is always changing throughout the seasons. The awareness of this is one of the fun of Ikebana art.
Forty-five different schools of Ikebana belonging to the largest Ikebana organization in Japan, the“Public Interest Incorporated Foundation Japan Ikebana Art Association,” will present their Ikebana works in exhibitions that change weekly. From the traditional Rikka (vase arrangement) with flowers and fruits that embody autumn colors to the dynamic Jiyuuka (free-style arrangement) that utilizes the entire room, works from various schools will be shown in one exhibition. Photographing of Ikebana exhibitions is also permitted ! Enjoy the incredible artistic space created by the combination of the Cultural Property and Ikebana, a living art piece that is constantly changing shape, making every one-week exhibition a different sight each day.