Wanders and Flowers

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Anna

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Holiday Arrangements for the Merry Season

It is the time of the year when our Ikebana class go away with traditional and do some holiday arrangements. Last Tuesday, all of us enjoyed making our arrangements not worrying about crowded flowers or forms. And instead of kenzan, we had floral foams for us to be able to bring home what we made. And during my afternoon session with sensei, I made a couple more to decorate our.. Read More

Best Living Japan Ikebana Classes

Best Living Japan is an online community that provides Japan-specific lifestyle information especially for foreign families. They share different activities, events and important information to help people enjoy their stay in Tokyo and other areas. Starting January 2018, they will also offer short courses on various fields such as cooking, wellness, career development, interior design, and Japanese culture. I am honored to have the opportunity to share my passion in.. Read More

Yellow Flowers from My Garden

Yellow flowers to brighten a gloomy day. It has been gloomy and rainy for the past few days here in Tokyo. But the small chrysanthemums in my garden brighten our day.       Yellow Flowers for Autumn Ikebana   To celebrate the season, I made an arrangement highlighting the colors of autumn. I used the almost dried leaves of Hiperikum to represent autumn colors. Then my main point is.. Read More

Autumn Leaves at Gyosen Park

Autumn leaves in red and orange hues are now starting to beautify Tokyo. As the temperature begins to fall down, the trees along the roads give a warm vibe. For the past years, my husband and I always try to go to places to see the autumn colors. And one of the great places to see them is just a few minutes away from our house.   Gyosen Park’s Autumn.. Read More

Sea Anemone: Inspiration from a Window

Every time I visit Tokyo Sea Life, I always spend five minutes in front of the sea anemone window. It looks like a beautiful garden under the deep below the sea. They are so vibrant yet calming to the eyes.       Sea Anemone Inspired My Ikebana   Last September during our Voyage Exhibition, the said window served as one of my inspirations.  It was very helpful because having.. Read More