Great taste of Japanese traditional experience. Staff was very knowledgeable and communicative to explain any details about the tradition . Strong recommended.
Brilliant course, great teacher, we had a great time and are already gathering our calligraphy materials together. We enjoyed the insights into Japanese language and culture and having a lovely chat. We would have happily stayed for the whole day, and we give it a huge recommendation. Many thanks.
Steve, Ruth and Daniel from Glasgow.
I am so glad to have attended this workshop; Kimi (the Sensei) speaks English very fluently and is knowledgeable in Ikebana as well as different cultures, which makes her teaching very effective. She is very encouraging and inspiring as well, so I really learnt much more about Ikebana from her. Highly recommended!!!
Wonderful experience!! Very kind, patient and intelligent instructor. Highly recommend!!
Brilliant introduction to Ikebana in a small group environment. Our teacher was a delight and her English was excellent and easy to understand.
We thoroughly enjoyed our introduction to Ikebana. Kimi was a great teacher who combined expert demonstration with hands-on experience. Each guest was given the same materials to work with and Kimi offered us encouragement and guidance as we worked. Afterwards, she reviewed our work and showed us small things we could do to improve it. Amazing. I would highly recommend this experience.
Received an excellent service, very polite, knowledgeable and calming instructor. It was a very eye opening experience to get a glimpse of calligraphy. Must recommend - definitely on to-do list when in Kyoto.
We have had a wonderful tea ceremony. It was very nice to be part of it and to see, feel and taste what it is about.
We were very pleased that the session was led by a real expert in calligraphy. She made good use of the time and put a lot into the session. We had a lot of time to try doing calligraphy ourselves, and this was the most enjoyable part. Chikako was very helpful and encouraging. It's good that there are only a few people in the class, so the teacher can give everyone some attention.