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Ikebana Class: October 2006

Author: Tsukuba Information Center, Issue: October 2006, Topic: Classes

Ibaraki International Association Tsukuba Office is inviting new students to join the Ikebana Class held at Tsukuba Information Center. This class is aimed to promote a better understanding about Japanese culture among foreign and Japanese residents in and around Tsukuba and also to enhance mutual interaction among participants. Why don’t you join us and learn a traditional form of Japanese beauty?

  • FOR: Foreign residents in or near Tsukuba
  • TIME & DAY: Wednesdays from October 4th, 2006 to March 14th, 2007. (3 times a month in principle: 18 times in total) 9:20 am to 12:00 noon.
  • INSTRUCTOR: Ms. UNNO, Mitsuho ( Kyoto Koryu School )
  • COST: Free instruction. (Flowers, vases & tools are NOT included.) Toll parking for a fee
  • THINGS TO BRING: Flower fee 1,300 yen/time. Flat vase, flower scissors, towel, small bowl, & plastic bag.
  • OTHER IKEBANA MATERIALS: Kenzan (pinholder), flower cover, & floral tape
  • HOW TO REGISTER: Drop by and submit a registration form. You can enroll any time, but it is highly recommended to start from October 4th, when new Japanese students start their 6-month course. Prior registration is NECESSARY.
  • Contact: Call at 029-852-6789 or e-mail to www[at]info-tsukuba.org

Ibaraki International Association Tsukuba Office is inside the Tsukuba Information Center (near Okura Frontier Hotel Tsukuba, next to Nova Hall)

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