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Organization







With 65 branches, the Ryusei-ha School's organization is active nationwide.









 



Activities in Tokyo and surrounding districts Branch activities (Asahikawa, Sapporo, Nemuro, Aomori, Goshogawara, Hachinohe, Morioka, Kamaishi, Furukawa, Miyagiken, Akitaken-Chuo, Akitaken-Nanbu, Yamagataken, Fukushimaken, Aizu, Kohriyama, Iwaki, Tochigiken, Ryomo, Takasaki, Mito, Yuhki, Shimodate, Koga, Tsuchiura, Chibaken, Mobara, Choshi,Hachijojima, Niigataken, Nagano, Naganoken-Chushin, Nagaoken-Nanshin, Toyama, Shizuoka, Nagoya, Osaka, Kobe, Okayama, Yamaguchiken-Tobu, Ehimeken, Kochiken, Fukuokaken, Fukuokashi, Nagasakiken, Miyazaki, Kagoshima, Okinawa-shurei, Okinawa-Ryusen, Ichinoseki, Hiroshimaken, Ishikawa, & Portland/U.S.A)














Ryusei Ikebana Center

Ryusei Ikebana Center, in Ichigaya Tamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, is the center of the School’s activities. Ryusei Kaikan contains large and small halls, conference room, a photographic studio, atelier, and Japanese-style Washitsu room with Tokonoma. It hosts a varied program that includes lessons, study groups, lectures, and events.


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 Facade of Ryusei ikebana center
















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