There are many schools of Ikebana, the oldest being Ikenobo and Koryu. Some schools emphasize classical styles, some contemporary ones, while others create a blend of the two.
Ikebana International was set up to give members the opportunity to see the work of schools other than their own. The magazine which members receive three times a year has illustrations by many different schools as well as articles on Japanese cultural activities.
We list teachers with the school they belong to and where they teach. If you are interested, please contact them directly.
Ichiyo School – a modern school.
Bishops Waltham, Hants SO32
Ikenobo School – a classical school, which also has modern arrangements
Purley, Surrey, CR8 (Greater London)
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Koryu School – a classical school which also does modern arrangements
Maidenhead, Berks, SL6
Telephone: 01628 823 876
Ohara school – influenced by landscape and rimpa paintings
Water End road
Ringwood, Hants, BH24
Sogetsu School – a modern school
email : email@example.com
Epping, Essex CM16
Bromley, Kent ,BR2 8AH
Epsom, Surrey, KT19
North West London