The Osaka Branch Exhibition "Flowers for a Brilliant Future" was held at Osaka Art Club on Saturday, June 22nd and Sunday, June 23rd, 2019.

Photo: Japanese setting enhanced the beauty of the works. The visitors took their time to enjoy the works without wearing their shoes.

Outline of the Exhibition

Date: June 22th (Sat.) – 23th (Sun.), 2019
Venue: Osaka Art Club
Address: 2-4-5 Imabashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Opening time: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Admission: Free

Heading toward a bright future of Sogetsu

The Osaka Branch Exhibition was held at the Osaka Art Club, a temple of art, established in 1910 during the Meiji Era.

Heading toward a bright future of Sogetsu which will celebrate the centennial, the exhibition featured the works of young ikebana artists.
An array of powerful works were displayed including those by old hands.
Another attractive area was the innovative special exhibition titled “Arranging flowers in XXX: Using a container other than a vase” and “Arranging colors: Expressing contrasting colors in the hue circle.”

Continued on from the previous branch exhibition, reliefs using lead were also displayed on the venue walls encircling the ikebana works.
The building with a quiet atmosphere showing a chic taste of Semba, Osaka embraced the creative beauty of Sogetsu in a perfect manner.
Visitors stopped frequently to appreciate each work carefully at the venue designed with wit.


Work of branch director Setsusei Suzuki.
Work by Seishu Okamoto.
Group works by Seiha Ishikawa and others.
The area titled "Arranging flowers in XXX" entertained the visitors with unique works using different items as a vase.
The area titled "Arranging colors." Beautiful color contrast impressed the viewers.
Area of reliefs. The black background blended in with the texture of lead.
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