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Japanese Flower Arranging (Ikebana)

Author:Author unknown, Issue: October 1998, Topic: Classes

New students are welcome!

Wouldn't you like to study something about the Japanese culture while you are in Japan?

Date: The first Wednesday of each month

Time: 10:30 AM

Place: Plechef Herb House (0298-55-7731), 3-20-2 Matsushiro, Tsukuba-shi

Admission Fee: 2,000 yen

Monthly Fee: 3,000 yen (flowers included)

Things to bring: Trimmer (or you may purchase from us), note pad, pencil

To register: Cashier desk at Plechef Herb House

Contact for further inquires: Mikako Arashi Tel/Fax: 0296-22-3985 (6:00-8:40 AM or 8:00-11:30 PM)

You can fax your intention to attend the class to the above fax number. Please indicate your name, address, telephone number, and the date.

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