IKEBANA, Ikenobo Style
in Fulbeck Hall,
Japanese Floral Art
Ikebana is the general word for flower arrangement in Japan. The Ikenobo school is the longest running Ikebana school in the world. It was founded by the Buddhist monk "Ikenobo Senno" who made floral offerings at the altar of Rokkaku Temple in Kyoto, Japan, where the headquarter of the school is still in based. The oldest manuscripts written about Ikebana from the year 1486 by him are found at Ikenobo Headquarter. This art is focused on finding the balance and essence of the materials used in such a way that they are displayed to their utmost beauty and perfection.
Join Rie's classes to find a peaceful and meditative method of expression through flower arrangement. She will help you to discover a new way of looking at flowers and the natural world.
The endless imagination of natural scenery
Just a small amount of water and a few branches can express mighty river and mountains