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Morikami offers an assortment of classes taught by experienced instructors in the traditional studies of bonsai, flower arrangement (ikebana), Japanese tea ceremony (sado), Japanese language and other cultural arts. Click on the classes below for more information. Please note: all classes are 2-5 weeks and must be purchased as a series.

There are no more new sessions for this class this season. Please check back for the upcoming season’s class schedule.
Intermediate & Advanced Ikebana Flower Arrangement: Sogetsu School
1:30PM, Friday, April 3, 2015

Flower arrangement, ikebana, is a traditional Japanese art. Students in this course expand on their existing knowledge of the principles and styles of the contemporary Sogetsu School, creating fresh flower arrangements each week to take home and enjoy. CLASS DETAILS 2, 3 or 4-week sessions Fridays, 1:30pm - 3:30pm Flower Fee: $40 (4-week sessions) $30 (3-week sessions) $20 (2-week sessions) payable to …

Ikebana Flower Arrangement: Ikenobo School
1:00PM, Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Flower arrangement, ikebana, is a traditional Japanese art dating back to  the 15th century. The Ikenobo school is the oldest and most traditional. Students in this course learn the basic principles and style of Ikenobo, creating fresh flower arrangements each week to take home and enjoy. CLASS DETAILS 3 or 4-week sessions Tuesdays Flower Fee: $60 (4-week session); $45 (3-week session); …

Introductory Ikebana Flower Arrangement: Sogetsu School
10:30AM, Wednesday, April 8, 2015

 CLASS DETAILS 3 or 4-week sessions Wednesdays Flower fee: $30 (3-week sessions) $40 (4-week sessions); payable to instructor 10:30am - 12:30pm CLASS MATERIALS Ikebana flower scissors* Shallow flat bottom container (suiban), a minimum of 10" diameter and 2" deep* Flower pin holder (kenzan), sun/moon shape, 3" diameter* Sogetsu textbooks 1 & 2* *All materials should be purchased in the classroom. It is suggested that you arrive 20 …

Intermediate & Advanced Ikebana Flower Arrangement: Sogetsu School
1:30PM, Friday, May 1, 2015

Flower arrangement, ikebana, is a traditional Japanese art. Students in this course expand on their existing knowledge of the principles and styles of the contemporary Sogetsu School, creating fresh flower arrangements each week to take home and enjoy. CLASS DETAILS 2, 3 or 4-week sessions Fridays, 1:30pm - 3:30pm Flower Fee: $40 (4-week sessions) $30 (3-week sessions) $20 (2-week sessions) payable to …

Ikebana Flower Arrangement: Ikenobo School
1:00PM, Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Flower arrangement, ikebana, is a traditional Japanese art dating back to  the 15th century. The Ikenobo school is the oldest and most traditional. Students in this course learn the basic principles and style of Ikenobo, creating fresh flower arrangements each week to take home and enjoy. CLASS DETAILS 3 or 4-week sessions Tuesdays Flower Fee: $60 (4-week session); $45 (3-week session); …

Sado Tea Ceremony
10:15AM, Sunday, April 12, 2015
10:15AM, Sunday, May 17, 2015

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10:15AM, Sunday, June 7, 2015

Learn to perform traditional Japanese tea ceremony in the authentic Seishin-an Tea House under the guidance of Master Soei Chieko Mihori. Be introduced to an art central to the Japanese culture and its ever-evolving, seasonal subtleties. CLASS DETAILS 2-week sessions Sundays $50 for members, $55 for non-members Individual appointments begin at 10:15am, please contact 561-495-0233 x 210 to reserve your …

Sumi-E Ink Painting - Floral
10:30AM, Thursday, April 2, 2015
10:30AM, Thursday, May 7, 2015

Sumi-e, literally “charcoal drawing,” is a form of Japanese ink painting brought from China in the 12th century. Students learn to grind their own ink and execute the primary sumi-e brushstrokes to capture the beauty of flowers and bamboo. Floral and landscape classes will start with a review of the basic techniques before moving on …

Sumi-E Ink Painting - Landscape
1:30PM, Thursday, April 2, 2015
1:30PM, Thursday, May 7, 2015

Sumi-e, literally “charcoal drawing,” is a form of Japanese ink painting brought from China in the 12th century, primarily done in black ink. Students learn to grind their own ink and execute the primary sumi-e brushstrokes to mimic sweeping landscapes. Floral and landscape classes will start with a review of the basic techniques before moving …

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