Practice in 9 basic arranging forms and 3 different corsages, choosing flowers,
color theory, care and maintenance of flowers and plants, wiring, and taping.
Traditional designs for home as well as cooperate. 1 year duration.
If you arrange 2 designs per day, you will be able to finish the course in 6 months.
Increased practice using not only colour, form and textures, but also in-depth tips from the Master florist which will help you develop a new approach to your floral design. Let's try some different styles and enjoy stylish floral design! Contents include balance and proportion, texture, floristry knowledge, 5 modern forms and their techniques, practical floral arranging and etc. 2 year duration.
Suitable for teachers or florists. Instills principles of up-to-date designs and aims to develop individual skills at a profession level by covering flowers for commercial situations, corporate, or special events such as weddings. Your works will be significant and so eye-catching to the public.
Admission fee 10,000JPY
Annual membership 10,000JPY
|Floristry level||Lesson fee|
|Basic||3,500JPY / lesson|
|Intermediate||3,500JPY / lesson|
|Advanced / Instructor||3,500JPY / lesson|
|Pleasure/fun Class||3,500JPY / lesson|
I first fell in love with flowers while I was working at a Swiss firm.
In 1991, I mastered basic floristry with Mrs. Rona Coleman of Flower Design
of Britain, England. Upon returning to Japan, I started to teach in Tokyo.
I continued to further my learning about floral design from the same flower
school. I have developed my own styles in both teaching and designing over
the years, although nowadays I enjoy contemporary floral designs in particular.
For the past couple of years I have been trained by Mr. Geoffrey Hughes.
My sincere thanks to him!
I enjoy teaching, love training my students, and would like to extend a welcome to all people who love flowers. I am able to provide classes in both Japanese and English.
1991 International diploma , by Rona Coleman (NDSF) Flower Design of Britain
2007 The Master*, Flower Design of Britain, England
Presently teaching in Tokyo, designing for weddings, and working as a business consultant and advisor.
Becoming a master florist required finishing 5 different level classes and passing all of the examinations in addition to knowing a wide variety of flowers and techniques. For example, flower names and species in English and Latin, colour theories, and designing and planning skills, among other aspects of floristry. Examination was performed by the British international judge, Mrs. Lynda Owen in 2007.
Flowers are purchased from the flower market and are prepared and conditioned prior to each class. You may also use foliage which is available from my garden throughout the year.
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