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Megurihana [Sai Shiki *Art Party Tokyo] July 6th Summer, Stargazing

A couple of flowers that everyone can arrange in one vase. A party to enjoy Japanese culture through flower arrangement with Mr. Yuichi Tsukada.

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Megurihana [Sai Shiki *Art Party Tokyo] July 6th Summer, Stargazing
Megurihana [Sai Shiki *Art Party Tokyo] July 6th Summer, Stargazing


Sep 29, 2023, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Minato-ku, Japan, 4F Ikuradai Building, 1-9-12 Azabudai, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0041


Megurihana [Saiki *Art Party Tokyo] July 6th Summer Stargazing


"Megurihana" is a couplet of flowers. As if weaving a haiku (song), everyone who gathers on the spot arranges flowers in one vessel. I can receive the flowers that other people have arranged. Even if they don't put it into words, they consider each other and influence each other, creating an unspoken story. Sometimes it goes beyond my expectations, and sometimes my thoughts overlap with someone else's. You may be able to see the contours of a mysterious, ambiguous and uncertain existence called "yourself", or the boundaries between others and space-time may blur gently.

make flowers. I believe that by giving the cut plants the light of "life" again, it will be a time to face our own "life".

This is an art event that invites Mr. Yuichi Tsukada, the representative garden planner and flower artist of the Greenhouse, to bring you a sense of the climate, restore your physicality, and open up paths between people and nature through the four seasons.

Under the title of Saishiki, four rounds of flowers [Spring/Hanami/Summer/Hoshimi/Autumn/Tsukimi/Winter/Yukimi] at the turning points of the seasons throughout the year [Summer/Hoshimi] is.

Let's draw together the ties between plants and people rooted in the lunar calendar and the climate while incorporating the stories of the place and season.

Even if you have no experience with fresh flowers, Mr. Tsukada will carefully explain how to handle flowers, so please feel free to join us.


◎ Schedule:

・April 4th (Tue) 13:30-15:30 [Megurihana/Spring weather/Hanami] ends

・July 6th (Thursday) 18:30-20:30 [Megurihana/Summer/Stargazing] (this event)

・September 29th (Friday) 18:30-20:30 [Megurihana/Autumn/Tsukimi]

・December 9th (Sat) 14:00-16:00 [Megurihana/Winter/Yukimi]

*Days and times are different for each event. please note.


・Art Party Tokyo

1-9-12-4F Azabudai, Minato-ku

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18:30~Lecture by Mr. Tsukada [Summer, Hoshimi Tanabata and Flower Story]

19:30~ Megurihana (Everyone arranges flowers in one vase)

20:00~Interactive artwork appreciation

~20:30 closed

The room will be open until 21:00, so if you have time, please enjoy a chat.


・Adults aged 19 and over


・10 people

(Reservation deadline as soon as the capacity is reached on a first-come, first-served basis)

◎ Participation fee:

・¥12,100- (Course fee and Meguri flower workshop fee (with seasonal sweets) 8,800 yen + flower material fee 3,300 yen)

(You can take the flowers home.)

◎ What to bring:

・Flower scissors (Please bring scissors for flowers, not for kitchen use or crafts. If you do not have any, please let us know. The number is limited, but we will lend you 500 yen cash on the day.)

・Paper bag for taking flowers home (We will also prepare a paper bag, but it will be a recycled paper bag. Please bring your own bag if you have one.)

◎ Cancellation policy:

・Up to 14 days before the tour date after confirming the reservation ▷ Half the participation fee and flower materials will be refunded

・No refunds will be given after 14 days. Please make an appointment in advance.

*Flowers will be ordered on the 14th day before the event. If you are absent after the 14th and would like to pick up your flowers, we will keep them at Miro Art Lab Iikuradai until the day after the event. Please pick it up during the lab's business hours (10:00-17:30).


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