It has been 40 years since the current studio was rebuilt in 1984 during the era of the previous Iemoto, Hiroshi. This place, which has been here since the time of Sōfū, has supported the creative activities of successive Iemoto and the Sogetsu School. This space is a precious place filled with many cherished memories of the joys, inspirations, struggles, and pains of creation.

Due to redevelopment in the surrounding area leading to demolition, before temporarily closing, Iemoto Akane will arrange four types of cherry blossoms in vessels of successive Iemoto, expressing gratitude and depicting the accumulated years and the infinitely expanding future.

Iemoto Akane's Ikebana Performance to say 'Good bye' to the Sogetsu Atelier Studio

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