ICT Workshop1: Kokedama Arrangement!
Make your own colorful and fashionable “Green Moss Ball”, and grow it!
Enjoy feeling, touching, and connecting with the nature from your hands!!
【Title and Date】
Wednesday, October 9th
【Event Details: Fascinating Points】
Let’s make a beautiful hand-made moss ball plant together! Each one is different, no one is same! Choose your plant from a unique variety of small plants, make a hand-size soil ball, cover it with the green moss, and bind it with string! Easy and Simple way! Look fabulous and wonderful features indoors and out. You can either display your kokedama sitting or hanging from a balcony or ceiling. Also they can be used for decoration, table setting, and fancy interiors at home!
Introduction: What is kokedama? How to grow, how to make it etc..
(by Mana Okazaki: Special Kokedama instructor)
Making green moss ball
Presentation time for all kokedama works
Free talk time over coffee and tea (if you want to stay)
【A Special Instructor】
Mana Okazaki (Social Flower Artist)
【Things to Bring】
Just bring yourself
Allincco Office (Shibuya), 2-22-14, Shibuya, Shibuya ku, Tokyo
7:00pm ~ 10:00pm (doors open at 7:00pm, the workshop will finish at 9:30pm)
2,500 yen (until 6pm, Oct 7th)
* Pay at the door, included drink (all you can drink), materials, rental space, and instructor fee.
If you post/send your email address or phone number to organizers before the event, we will reply you with contact details. Or email at email@example.com
* RSVP is accepted until 6pm, Oct 7th. Please don’t change your status after October 7th.
If you cancel to the event after Oct 7th, please email Jojo at firstname.lastname@example.org
-What is kokedama?-
kokedama is a traditional Japanese art form that basically has moss used as a container for a plant. Originating in Japan, kokedama are living plant and moss balls. Traditionally displayed sitting on driftwood or handmade pottery, they also look magical bound up in string and hanging, and are a lovely way to bring a bit of greenery indoors all year round. Kokedama, like their cousins bonsai, are designed to be appreciated for their beauty and for the pleasant effort involved in the growing process. They encapsulate the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, which can be explained as an appreciation of the imperfections of nature and the transience of natural beauty.
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