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Slow Down, Be Creative, Connect with Nature

We assist people in finding stillness in today's chaos through ikebana.  The ancient Japanese art form, ikebana, reconnects you to nature and yourself; it brings you into the moment while your creativity gives flowers and branches a second life.  

Our mission is to inspire, educate, and empower people to connect with nature and express themselves through the creative art of ikebana, thereby facilitating a deeper understanding of self and the world around us.

Never Ending Ikebana Arrangement
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Do Ikebana

Do Ikebana

Ikebana is a personal journey, and we offer tailored services to suit everyone. Whether you're a beginner seeking structured classes or a teacher looking to expand your skills, or if you simply want to explore, we've got you covered. Click below to see how we can assist you.

Kouzi Hanami Hanabi Ikebana Installation

Discuss Projects

We love to do 
contemporary or Japan-related projects.  Art fairs, decorations for shop windows, restaurants, events, are just some of our previous projects. Browse through our previous projects and see how we can help you. Contact us to discuss your project.

Learn more about Ikebana

Learn more about Ikebana

Are you curious about the world of ikebana and want to learn more about its rich history, diverse schools, and unique teachings? Look no further!


We've put together a short summary and a list of resources for you to explore at your own pace. 

News & Events

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From Concept to Exhibition

Photography Course

Visit to Colorado

During this workshop, you will discover the secrets of planning and executing ikebana installations as part of an Ikebana Exhibition in Brussels. 

The workshop will cover essential topics such as fixation techniques, the use of power tools, planning and sketching, execution, and budgeting time and expenses.
There are two groups at different dates. 

Why would you do a course on Ikebana Photography? You spend hours making an arrangement, and afterward, it withers away. Only the pictures remain. It is the only thing that remains of your arrangement.


So it is worthwhile to have a good picture of your work, to show it in all its glory.

We are thrilled to announce our upcoming visit to Colorado in April.  The Kalapa Ikebana Society and its team, led by Alexandra Shenpen, put together a mix of workshops, presentations, and a very special opening event. 

Join our Ikebana Adventure in Colorado and sign up for one of the events!