Sogetsu Kaikan

The Sogetsu Kaikan, the building of Sogetsu Foundation Headquarters, is the home of Sogetsu Ikebana and other creative activities beyond each genre. Designed by the world-renowned architect, Kenzo Tange, it was completed in 1977 and received the Building Contractors Society Award in 1979.

Access

The Sogetsu Kaikan
2-21, Akasaka 7-chome,Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8505

5-min. walk from Minami Aoyama Exit No. 4 of Aoyama Itchome Station of Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line and Toei Subway Oedo Line
10-min. walk from Exit No.3 of Akasaka Mitsuke Station of Tokyo Metro Ginza line and Marunouchi Line

※No public parking space is available. Please use public transportation or metered parking nearby.

Opening dates and hours

9:30-17:30 on Mondays through Fridays, closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays

※In addition to the above, the Sogetsu Kaikan may be specially opened or closed during an event. Please contact us to check.

Contact

The Sogetsu Kaikan
TEL:03-3408-1154
FAX:03-3405-4947
E-mail:somu@sogetsu.or.jp

Sogetsu Hall
TEL:03-3408-9113
E-mail:hall@sogetsu.com
※Inquiries regarding each stage program must be made to the respective organizer.

About the Facilities

Basement 1st Floor|Sogetsu Hall

Seating up to 530 people, Sogetsu Hall is suitable for various events including musical concerts, films, plays, and seminars.

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1st Floor|Sogetsu Plaza

The Sogetsu Plaza was designed by a world-famous artist, Isamu Noguchi. The plaza, a rock garden titled ” Tengoku ” (heaven) is a sculpture work of Today, this plaza is used for the construction of works for the Sogetsu Summer Seminars and the exhibitions of Sogetsu artists.

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2nd Floor|Lounge

Relaxation area for Sogetsu Teachers’ Association members.

3rd Floor|Library

You can consult art related magazines and exhibition catalogs including the ones related to ikebana. The library is open to the public, but advanced reservation is required.
*In principle, communication is in Japanese only and most of our books are written in Japanese.
Please arrange an interpreter by yourself if necessary.

Opening dates and hours: 9:30-17:30 on Mondays through Fridays, closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays

Library, General Affairs Department, Sogetsu Foundation
TEL: 03-3408-9114
FAX:03-3405-4947
E-mail:library@sogetsu.or.jp

4th Floor|Shop Flora

Essential items for ikebana such as textbooks, flower vases, and scissors are available.

Sogetsu Shuppan
TEL (Toll-free number):0120-087-202
FAX:03-5770-5607
E-mail:shuppan@sogetsu.or.jp

Ran
TEL:03-3408-9121

4th and 5th Floor| Ikebana Class

Used for International Class, Junior Class, Ceramics Class, etc.

5th Floor|Japanese Room

You can see seasonal Ikebana works, a large one and a small one.
In addition, there are permanent exhibitions of art works selected from the Sogetsu collection, such as the objects made by former Iemotos, framed pictures, hanging scrolls, and a bronze bust of Sofu Teshigahara by Tadayoshi Sato.

The Japanese Room is open for public viewing except when it is closed for an event. Please contact us to check.

Opening dates and hours: 9:30-17:30 on Mondays through Fridays, closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays

General Affairs Department, Sogetsu Foundation
TEL: 03-3408-1154
E-mail:somu@sogetsu.or.jp

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Other facilities

Sogetsu School Osaka

Sogetsu School Osaka is located near Osaka Station as the hub of Sogetsu School in the Kansai region. Classes organized by the Sogetsu Headquarters are held there.

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Sogetsu Ceramic Studio

The ceramic studio, surrounded by a rich natural environment, welcomes anyone or any group who wish to have the creative experience of making ikebana containers at a reasonable price.

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