The Art of Wearing Kimono by Tae Gessner

Wearing Kimono is steeped in tradition and is a precise art.

Tae Gessner is talking about different types of Kimono fabric.

This Haori (Kimono Jacket) is all tie dyed and the technique is

called Shibori.

Here Tae is giving the final touches on how to wear Kimono.

 

 

Ohara School Sydney Chapter Ikebana Exhibition 10th-18th August 2019

Sensei Kuniko Nakano gives a demonstration set among

Edo Arts  

genuine Japanese Antiques from Japan.

The acting Consule-General of Japan, Mr Matsuo and his wife Mrs Matsuo

with Sensei Kuniko Nakano in the centre.

 

Sensei Kuniko Nakano setting up the main Ikebana for the exhibition

at Edo Arts

One of the many beautiful arrangements in front of a Japanese

Byobu folding screen from the early 1900’s. It can be found via link below.

Japanese Byobu Folding Screen

There are 19 arrangements throughout the warehouse set up on our

sideboards