Ikebana Class: Moribana Style

Learn the art of Japanese flower arranging in NYC!



2 hours Class size 1 to 10 (public classes), 1 to 15

label $150 - $195 ($150 for Public, $195 for Private)

Join us for an afternoon of relaxing and learning the Japanese art of Ikebana in this workshop in NYC. In this class, you will learn the basics of Moribana style flower arrangement, one of the most modern styles of Ikebana that originated in Japan in the 19th century. You will have the opportunity to create your own Ikebana arrangement to take home, or give as a gift.

Translating roughly to "making flowers come alive, " Ikebana is a centuries-old Japanese art form that creates artistic sculptures out of nature. In this Moribana Style lesson, our experienced instructor will provide assistance as you create an Ikebana arrangement inspired by Moribana theory and composition. This process is approachable and easy to understand. We provide all of the materials you will need, so you can simply relax and invite Zen-like energy into your experience.

This Moribana Style lesson is distinct from our other offerings because it focuses on Moribana techniques and traditions, and teaches you how to work within those bounds. This session is perfect for anyone who is interested in learning more about Ikebana in a fun small group session.


Knowledge required
Perfect for beginners.
 
What you'll get
  • Learn about the traditional art form of Japanese Ikebana flower arranging
  • Flowers to take home
What to bring
Everything is provided.
 
Suitable for

This class is great for individuals and couples as well as for a birthday or bachelorette party.

This would also be a nice gift for her, gift for mom, anniversary gift or birthday gift.

Location

Ikebana flowers New York - 1133 Broadway suite 230, New York, NY

This venue is within walking distance of 28 St, 23 St and 33rd Street stations

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Ikebana Flowers New York
Ikebana Flowers New York

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Junko Miura is a license Ikebana Master from the Ikenobo-Seigetsu school, the oldest and most traditional lineage in Japan. She dedicated over a decade of formal training to learning Ikebana; however, she has studied the art form for as long as she can remember, since her mother was an Ikebana Master as well.

Using her training in the ancient discipline, as well as her other work experience as an international designer, Junko developed Jun Fusion— a more evolved and artistic form of flower arrangement born from her personal creative vision.

Junko’s award winning creations based on her Jun Fusion method, as well as her extensive training in the ancient, traditional approaches, have made her one of New York’s most sought after artists of flower arrangements.

Junko has the honor of offering her creations to the Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations, diplomatic ceremonies at the embassies, museums, galleries, high-end retail stores, and other public and private spaces. She also holds a teaching position at the New York Botanical Garden.

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Jia Li Oct 2023


Me and my best friend had a great time with Junko and learned so much on the history and cultural significance of Ikebana. Junko was very encouraging and provided us with all the necessary's tools and flowers to make our first arrangements. She gave us vases and frog pins to take home and use for future arrangements.

Alaina Mulhearn Oct 2023


I loved this class! Junko was a wonderful teacher. I enjoyed the balance between learning about the history of ikebana and actually creating a design.

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