Celebrating “Imperial Religion Ceremony” Ikebana Special Exhibition Kyoto, 22 October, 11:38

Celebrating the ceremony of the Emperor's imperial proclaim, “Imperial Religion”, in Kyoto, flower arrangements by flower arrangements from the Ikenobo school, Ikenobo, , Specially decorated.

Celebrating the “Imperial Religion Hall”, the Rokkaku-do in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, where the flower arrangement originated, is decorated with the Emperor's family crest and chrysanthemum flowers.

Nine chrysanthemums such as red-brown large rings, yellow, and pink, based on the traditional style called “Chrysanthemum Ischi Tachibana”, which was created by the Ikenobo flower arrangement family and has been dedicated to the Imperial family since the Edo period. Arranged in a contemporary style.

In addition to celebrating the throne, there is hope for a recovery from Typhoon No. 19 and a bright future.

Mr. Yoshiyoshi Tanaka, General Manager of the Haneda Ikebubo General Affairs Office, said, “Please come and see the attractive and beautiful figure of the chrysanthemum and feel the hope for the tomorrow and the bright future.”

Celebration Ikebana is open to the public at Rokkakudo in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, from 6 am to 5 pm on the 22nd.