Japanese Flower Arrangement at Zen Temple, Daitokuji Temple

Japanese flower art, we say IKE-BANA- It is the ancient Japanese art of Flower arranging.

The name comes from the IKE meaning ‘Alive’ and BANA meaning ‘Flower’. In the seventh century when Buddhism was first introduced to Japan from China. Our special instructor have had the privilege of teaching IKEBANA Japanese flower arrangement to over 200 students from every corner of the Japan. Our Classes are very international with people from all of the world. You can feeling for a relaxing, creative hobby and learn about Japanese history of Japanese flower art.
* Duration: 1 hour
* Starts: Kyoto, Japan
* Trip Category: Classes & Workshops >> Art Classes




Japanese flower art, we say IKE-BANA- It is the ancient Japanese art of Flower arranging.

The name comes from the IKE meaning ‘Alive’ and BANA meaning ‘Flower’. In the seventh century when Buddhism was first introduced to Japan from China. Our special instructor have had the privilege of teaching IKEBANA Japanese flower arrangement to over 200 students from every corner of the Japan. Our Classes are very international with people from all of the world. You can feeling for a relaxing, creative hobby and learn about Japanese history of Japanese flower art.

Itinerary

Travelers visit zen temple and then enjoy Japanese flower arrangement. Learn the ikebana history, how to use tools and basic style of ikebana. lastly you can ask all Japanese culture to Ikebana master. and tasting a cup of Macha(powered green tea)

Stop At:

• Daitoku-ji Temple, 53 Murasakino Daitoku-Ji-Cho, Kita-Ku, Kyoto 603-8231 Kyoto Prefecture