Wanders and Flowers

because the world is beautiful...

Our Voyage Exhibition in Yokohama

The Voyage Exhibition last weekend was another milestone for me and Susumu. For three days, we again shared and displayed our passion in Ikebana and pottery. For this year, we chose the word “voyage” to symbolize the sea. We wanted to align our work with the place where we had our exhibition. Yokohama is a coastal city and one of the major Japanese ports. Also, voyage means a journey for.. Read More

Spring Workshop: Ikebana and Tea Ceremony

Hi guys! I am teaming up again with Ms. Kaori Watanabe, a licensed Japanese Tea Ceremony teacher, for a fun-filled Spring Workshop on Ikebana and Tea Ceremony.  We hope that you can join us! Please read below for the details of the workshop.   Date: April 2, 2017 Venue: r_cafe Gallery and Studio, Yotsuya-sanchome, Shinjuku Description: Experience Japanese Culture through Flowers and Tea Duration: 1.5 – 2 Hours Part 1: Sogetsu-Style Ikebana Lesson.. Read More

Ikebana and Tea Ceremony Workshop

Tea Ceremony is one of the popular traditional practices here in Japan. Since time immemorial, Japanese conduct tea ceremony for official, business, or personal purposes. At present, it is one of the key factors that attract foreigners to learn and appreciate Japanese culture in and out of the country. Yesterday, I had  the privilege to combine this tradition with Ikebana which is another Japanese culture. Ms. Kaori Watanabe, the owner.. Read More

My First Tokyo Workshop with Pottery Exhibition

Last Friday marked another milestone as I had my first Tokyo workshop on Ikebana. A few months ago, my friends Rie and Susumu invited me to collaborate with them for an autumn exhibition. As we discuss the details, the idea of having a workshop in summer came up. It will be part of Susumu’s pottery summer exhibition. We are fortunate that the gallery owner is very supportive and even helped us.. Read More