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Upcoming events

    • 20 Feb 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Novus International, Inc., 20 Research Park Dr St. Charles, MO 63304
    • 18
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    present

    Japan Update:
    Urban Farming and Gardening 
    in Japan and the United States

     
    Tuesday, February 20, 2018
    5 to 8 pm

    Novus International, Inc
    20 Research Park Dr.
    St. Charles, MO 63304

      Professor Eiji Goto
    Plant Factory Research and Development Center
    Graduate School of Horticulture
    Chiba University
      Kevin Erickson
    Urban Agriculture Coordinator
    Loyola University Chicago

      Mary Ostafi
    Executive Director
    Urban Harvest STL

    Program:

    5:00 pm - Doors Open and Registration 

    5:30 pm - Welcome

    François Fraudeau CEO and President, Novus International Inc.

    Greg Gorman President, Japan America Society of St. Louis

    5:45 pm - Urban Farming and Gardening in Japan and the United States

    5:45 pm - Professor Eiji Goto from Chiba University

    6:00 pm - Kevin Erickson from Loyola University Chicago

    6:15 pm - Mary Ostafi from Urban Harvest STL

    6:30 pm - Q&A

    6:45 pm - Signature Sushi and Sake Reception

    Enjoy Sushi and Sake from Chef de Art Catering

    8:00 pm  - Close


    With generous funding from
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    • 25 Feb 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • U-City (directions emailed upon payment confirmation)
    Register
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover Jiyuka (Freestyle). Beginners are welcome. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.
    • 02 Mar 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Friends Room, Saint Louis Art Museum

    4–5:30 pm, Friend's Room
    $25 / $20 Members

    Experience traditional Japanese arts with a tea ceremony and ikebana demonstration. This dual program will showcase the beauty of Japanese flower arrangement and the soothing, methodic practice of the tea ceremony. Participants will be able to sip from their own bowls of tea while enjoying some Japanese sweets following the ceremony. Led by the Japan America Society of St. Louis and the Chado Society of St. Louis—Junshin-An. 

    http://www.slam.org/artinbloom/


                                   

    • 04 Mar 2018
    • 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    • U-City | Please email Dr. Chikako Usui for reservation at Chikako@umsl.edu.
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover  Rikka (立花). Advanced Students are recommended. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.

    Online registration is not available for this event. Please email Dr. Chikako Usui for reservation at Chikako@umsl.edu.

    • 04 Mar 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • U-City (directions emailed upon payment confirmation)
    Register
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover Jiyuka (Freestyle). Beginners are welcome. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.
    • 11 Mar 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • U-City (directions emailed upon payment confirmation)
    Register
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover  Shoka Shimputai. Beginners are welcome. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.


    • 08 Apr 2018
    • 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    • U-City | Please email Dr. Chikako Usui for reservation at Chikako@umsl.edu.
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover  Rikka (立花). Advanced Students are recommended. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.

    Online registration is not available for this event. Please email Dr. Chikako Usui for reservation at Chikako@umsl.edu.

    • 08 Apr 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • U-City (directions emailed upon payment confirmation)
    Register
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover Jiyuka (Freestyle). Beginners are welcome. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.
    • 13 Apr 2018
    • 15 Apr 2018
    • Touhill Performing Arts Center

    Thank you for your continuing support of the Japan America Society of St. Louis! 

    We are pleased to announce the JAS Night at the Ballet: Cinderella, which will be performed on April 13-15, 2018 at the Touhill Performing Arts Center at UMSL.   

    If you wish to call the box office to make an arrangement, the box office phone number is 314-516-4949.


    • 15 Apr 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • U-City (directions emailed upon payment confirmation)
    Register
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover Jiyuka (Freestyle). Beginners are welcome. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.
    • 29 Apr 2018
    • St. Louis Art Museum

    "Passport to Japan" Family Sunday program. 

    Visitors to the museum will enjoy a hands-on origami workshop, several bon odori (including several with audience participation), taiko, and a lion dance. 


    • 29 Apr 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • U-City (directions emailed upon payment confirmation)
    Register
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover Nageire. Beginners are welcome. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.
    • 06 May 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Missouri History Museum | AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room
    Registration is closed

    The event will feature 茶の湯Chanoyu (tea Ceremony), 生花Ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement), 着物ショーkimono show,紙芝居 Kamishibai (Children’s Storytelling), and 落語Rakugo. It also exhibitsお雛様 Japanese dolls.

    Light refreshments will be served.

    • 13 May 2018
    • 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    • U-City | Please email Dr. Chikako Usui for reservation at Chikako@umsl.edu.
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover  Rikka (立花). Advanced Students are recommended. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.

    Online registration is not available for this event. Please email Dr. Chikako Usui for reservation at Chikako@umsl.edu.

    • 13 May 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • U-City (directions emailed upon payment confirmation)
    Register
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover Jiyuka (Freestyle). Beginners are welcome. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.
    • 27 May 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    • U-City (directions emailed upon payment confirmation)
    Register
    Ikebana (生け花) is the Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the 15th century.  Ikebana emphasizes natural beauty of flower materials including the stems and leaves as well as the shapes, lines, and forms.  It expresses the beauty of flower materials using an asymmetric composition, empty space, and the principle of minimalism. Ikebana is also known as “kado” (華道) (the way of flowers), involving the spiritual practice of understanding nature, tranquility, harmony between all living things and oneself.

    Each workshop introduces you to a different style of flower arrangement. This workshop will cover Shoka. Beginners are welcome. Workshops are held at the instructor's home in U-City (address and directions are emailed upon payment confirmation). Larger workshops are held in SSB 331 at UMSL.

    Prices include flowers.

Past events

15 Feb 2018 Making It & Breaking It in Japan
11 Feb 2018 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) - Jiyuka (Valentine's Day Special)
04 Feb 2018 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) - Jiyuka
04 Feb 2018 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) Rikka (立花)
21 Jan 2018 Shinnenkai - Japanese New Year's Celebration
14 Jan 2018 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) - Jiyuka
07 Jan 2018 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) - Shoka
07 Jan 2018 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) Rikka (立花)
31 Dec 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
18 Dec 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
17 Dec 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
15 Dec 2017 JAS Night at the Ballet: The Nutcracker
11 Dec 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
10 Dec 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
10 Dec 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) Rikka (立花)
03 Dec 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
07 Nov 2017 2017 Annual Dinner [SOLD OUT]
06 Nov 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
05 Nov 2017 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Ro-Temae
05 Nov 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) Rikka (立花)
30 Oct 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
29 Oct 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) Rikka (立花)
22 Oct 2017 Ikenobo Headmaster Designate Demonstration [Ikebana]
15 Oct 2017 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Tana Temae
15 Oct 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
08 Oct 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
01 Oct 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
24 Sep 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
18 Sep 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
17 Sep 2017 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Temae
17 Sep 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) Rikka (立花)
11 Sep 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
10 Sep 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
02 Sep 2017 Japanese Festival at the Missouri Botanical Garden
27 Aug 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
20 Aug 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)[CANCELLED]
20 Aug 2017 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Chabako-Temae
13 Aug 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
06 Aug 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
30 Jul 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)[CANCELLED]
23 Jul 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) [CANCELLED]
23 Jul 2017 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Bon-Temae [CANCELLED]
16 Jul 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
09 Jul 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
25 Jun 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
18 Jun 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
18 Jun 2017 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Tana Temae
17 Jun 2017 JAS Triva Night
11 Jun 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
04 Jun 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
21 May 2017 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Temae
21 May 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
14 May 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
07 May 2017 A Celebration of Japanese Culture
30 Apr 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
23 Apr 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
16 Apr 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
09 Apr 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
23 Mar 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
19 Mar 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
05 Mar 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
26 Feb 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
21 Feb 2017 SOLD OUT - Japan Update: US-Japan Relations in 2017 and Beyond
19 Feb 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
12 Feb 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
05 Feb 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
30 Jan 2017 We Are St. Louis: A Program on Japanese-American Heritage
29 Jan 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
22 Jan 2017 SOLD OUT! - Shinnenkai - Japanese New Year's Celebration
15 Jan 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
08 Jan 2017 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
18 Dec 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
04 Dec 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
13 Nov 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
10 Nov 2016 Annual Dinner
06 Nov 2016 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Ro-Temae
06 Nov 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
30 Oct 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
23 Oct 2016 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Tana Temae
23 Oct 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
02 Oct 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement) - Special Workshop
25 Sep 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
22 Sep 2016 Annual JAS Benefit Golf Tournament
18 Sep 2016 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Temae
18 Sep 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
28 Aug 2016 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Chabako-Temae
28 Aug 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
14 Aug 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
07 Aug 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
24 Jul 2016 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Bon-Temae
17 Jul 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
10 Jul 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
03 Jul 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
26 Jun 2016 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Tanatemae
26 Jun 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
05 Jun 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
29 May 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
22 May 2016 A Celebration of Japanese Culture
15 May 2016 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Temae
08 May 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
28 Apr 2016 Women in the Japanese Workplace
24 Apr 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
17 Apr 2016 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Bon Temae
10 Apr 2016 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
17 Feb 2016 Beer & Sake Panel Discussion
30 Aug 2015 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
23 Aug 2015 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Arai Chakin Temae (Mid summer procedure)
16 Aug 2015 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
02 Aug 2015 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
26 Jul 2015 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
12 Jul 2015 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
21 Jun 2015 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony): Furo-Temae (Procedure of summer season) (St. Charles location)
21 Jun 2015 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
07 Jun 2015 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
31 May 2015 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
12 Apr 2015 Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony)
02 Apr 2015 Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
01 Jun 1990 1990 Annual Meeting

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