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Ikebana & Chanoyu

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Anderson Japanese Gardens will host a Japanese flower arranging (Ikebana) demonstration and gallery exhibit combined with a public demonstration of a traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony (Chanoyu). Ikebana demonstrations will be led by the students of the Ikenobo Ikebana School in Chicago and Tea Ceremony sessions will be led by students of the late Professor Ikka Nakashima.  Both will take place in the Visitor Center.

Space is limited and registration is required.


From I-90 and E. State St. (U.S. Business 20): Go west on Business 20 to IL 251 (N. 2nd St.). Turn right (north) on IL 251 to Spring Creek Rd. Exit on Spring Creek Rd. and move to left lane to turn left into gardens.

Ikebana & Chanoyu
  • October 29-30, 2016
  • Anderson Japanese Gardens
  • $15 for Garden Members | $20 for Non-Members | Registration is required
  • Recurring daily