Ohara School of Ikebana, Japan

In the 21st century, the Ohara School looks forward to further prosperity under the leadership of the young Fifth Headmaster Hiroki Ohara.  Not restricted by the existing ikebana genre and norm, Hiroki Ohara's multi-faced ikebana activities are being watched and admired by diverse cultural and artistic circles.  In 2011 he created the new style Hana-kanade, which expresses the crossing beauty of the principal stems that move inwardly from their insertion points at the base using freely chosen materials.

The Ohara School of Ikebana, with main offices in Tokyo, Osaka and Kobe, 158 Chapters in Japan, 56 International Chapters and 24 Study Groups worlwide, has over one million students throughout the world.

Ohara Center of Tokyo
7-17, Minami-Aoyama 5-chome
Minato-ku Tokyo 107-8607,

Moribana Memorial Center
12-70 Sumiyoshi-Yamate 4-chome
Higashinada-ku, Kobe 658-0063

Osaka Kenshu Kaikan
6 Watanabe,
Kyutaromachi 4-chome
Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0056