Welcome to the London Chapter of Ikebana International, a non profit organisation to promote ikebana in all its many styles and approaches. We run demonstrations, exhibitions and workshops by each of the main schools to give you the widest appreciation and understanding of the beauty and practice of Ikebana.
You don’t have to be a member to attend, all visitors are welcomed .

Our next meeting will be our Exhibition ‘Autumn Glory’ on Tuesday 11th October

We also aim to be a helpful source  of information on Ikebana , especially for London and the South East by providing information on teachers and activities of the different schools .

Ikebana International was founded in 1956 by the late Mrs Ellen Gordon Allen. It is a worldwide non-profit making organisation with the motto Friendship through Flowers and is dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of ikebana.

IMG_0068 (1)The London Chapter was formed in 1958. The sixth oldest chapter of Ikebana International, it has members from a number of different schools of ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging.

Meetings are held in the ground floor hall at:
The Brompton Oratory, Brompton Road, London SW7 2RP  which is next to the V&A museum.

The nearest underground stations are South Kensington and Knightsbridge. Parking is available nearby on meters and is not in the congestion zone.

You can check out our facebook link to see some of our recent events. You don’t have to be on facebook  just click on the link on this page to the bottom right.