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Ikenobo Ikebana at Pavillion Kuala Lumpur

Do you know that , Ikenobo is celebrating its 555 years in history this year. The introduction of this Japanese traditional culture to Malaysians is seen as another ‘friendly bridge’ to strengthen the friendship between Malaysia and Japan.
Ikenobo Ikebana at Pavillion Kuala Lumpur
(left to right) Mr. Yeoh Hock Thye Head of Sales, Malaysia Airlines Berhad. Datuk Seri Mirza Mohammad Taiyab, Director General of Tourism Malaysia. Mrs. Senko Ikenobo, Headmaster Designate of Ikenobo. H.E. Dr. Makio Miyagawa, Ambassador to Malaysia, Embassy of Japan in Malaysia. Dato’ Joyce Yap, CEO of Pavilion Retail.
The Ikenobo Society of Floral Art from Kyoto, Japan, is holding a three-day ikebana (Japanese floral art) exhibition at Tokyo Street, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.. There will be a total of 100 pieces of ikebana will be on display, making it one of the biggest Ikenobo Ikebana Exhibition held outside Japan.

Ikenobo Ikebana at Pavillion Kuala Lumpur
Mrs. Senko Ikenobo, Headmaster Designate of Ikenobo doing live floral arrangement demonstration during the launch.
You will able to enjoy the ikebana demonstration and participate in a workshop to try their hand at making the Japanese floral art.
Ikenobo Ikebana at Pavillion Kuala Lumpur
Mrs. Senko Ikenobo, Headmaster Designate of Ikenobo showing the Ikenobo Ikebana arrangement to Datuk Seri Mirza Mohammad Taiyab, Director General of Tourism Malaysia.
The exhibition is the highlight of a special tour organised by Tourism Malaysia to bring Ikenobo members from Japan to Malaysia, in conjunction with the 60th Anniversary of Malaysia-Japan Diplomatic Relations this year. It is being held at Pavilion KL to commemorate the 6th Anniversary of Tokyo Street in July.

This event attended by Tourism Malaysia Director General Datuk Seri Mirza Mohammad Taiyab, Ambassador of Japan to Malaysia Dr. Makio Miyagawa, and President of Malaysia Ikenobo Study Group Too Sooi Keng. 

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