October 10, 2017

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Ikebana International (I.I.)
Ikebana International was founded in Tokyo in 1956 by the late Ellen Gordon Allen as a worldwide organization dedicated to the promotion of mutual understanding and friendship through ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement, and other related arts of Japan.
Ikebana International is administered by volunteers of many different nationalities and ikebana schools.
In 1969, Ikebana International was granted the status of Shadan Hojin, a title given to cultural, nonprofit organizations in Japan. The organization's aim is to spread goodwill and understanding throughout the world with Friendship Through Flowers Over the years Ikebana International has grown to more than 160chapters in more than 50 countries and has around 7.500members worldwide.
Tokyo Founding Chapter (TFC)

Tokyo Founding Chapter has over 700 members including wives of Ambassadors to Japan and honorary members.

Monthly Meetings
Members meet every month, from September through June.Programs include ikebana demonstrations by accomplished masters from a variety of ikebana schools, other presentations of Japanese culture, a day tour plus the following events.

Ikebana International Fair
Dozens of members work together every year for this special end-year fundraising event.The fair features ikebana exhibitions by headmasters, booths for shopping sponsored by embassies from all over the world, special entertainment, raffles, and much more.

Ikebana Exhibition by Members
Exhibition brings together flower masters of many different schools, their teachers and students into harmonious relationships.

Gala June Luncheon
The highlight event of the year is an ikebana demonstration and luncheon at a top class hotel.






Members receive three issues of the Ikebana International Magazine per year.
Sakura News and Chapter Activities Newsletter inform members of Chapter, headquarters and regional ikebana activities.
How to Join TFC
Membership is open to all persons who are interested in the art of ikebana and the ideal of I.I., regardless of their previous experience with ikebana.
Prospective members can obtain an application form at a monthly meeting or from the Tokyo Founding Chapter Office.The applicant is required to be sponsored by two members who have more than one year’s membership. Please return your completed form at a meeting or to the TFC office for approval.
We would suggest that you attend at least one monthly meeting before you join.
Please Contact Us
Ikebana International Tokyo Founding Chapter
Misaki Bldg., 3-28-9 Kanda Ogawamachi, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 101-0052
Phone: (03) 3295-0720
Fax: (03) 5283-3199
E-mail: info@ikebanatokyo.or.jp
いけばなインターナショナル 東京支部
東京都千代田区神田小川町 3-28-9 三東(ミサキ)ビル
電話: (03)3295-0720
ファックス: (03)5283-3199
Eメール: info@ikebanatokyo.or.jp
Ikebana International Tokyo Founding Chapter
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