My mother, who was a certified Sogetsu-Ikebana teacher, showed me the way which led to my present position.
・1990 started to learn Sogetsu-Ikebana, flower arrangement the American and the European style.
・1997 stayed in Germany, studied under Ursula Wegener in Crailsheim, Germany
and Jane Packer in London.
・Back in Japan, continue to study Sogetsu-Ikebana enthusiastically because of the confidence that
Sogetsu-Ikebana gives a great influence between Japanese and European florists.
・One of the first member of "AT Proffesional course", in which only the selected member are allowed
to participate, in Sogetsu Headquarter.
・Experienced to teach Ikebana in Junior High school and mother group in Kindergarten.
Regulary Ikebana arrangement for the altar, Commerce-Space, Exhibition, for stages in concerts.
・Ikebana Class in Akasaka / Nihombashi-Muromachi, Tokyo and Azamino, Yokohama
・Sending out the message about Ikebana and Japanese culture etc. through Blog in three languages,
English, German and Japanese.
・Certified as a first grade teacher in Sogetsu School
・Member of Sogetsu Teachers' Association
・Member of Sogetsu Tokyo South Branch
・Member of Ikebana International Tokyo Branch
・Teacher of Sogetsu Club at MUFG Bank
・Certified as a teacher in Keisen Flower School
・Certified as a teacher of flower design in Showa Women’s University Open College.
-- expressing yourself
through flowers and plants --
Ikebana Sogetsu School