Zen Flowers, Arrangements in Harmony
The Zen Flowers philosophy brings together Zen Buddhism, Flower Arrangement and the best of East and West to create living artwork that transcends cultural boundaries. The Zen Flowers flower arrangement style was introduced by Harumi Nishi (the principle of Zen Flowers) over a quarter of a century ago in Japan.
Our Zen Flowers book was published in London, New York and Paris in 2001. In 2008, our Japanese Flower Arranging book was published with a collection of innovative flower designs but the very latest flower arrangements are only available through our flower courses.
Each Zen Flowers main course follows our unique learning path called Ki種・Sho芽・Ten花・Ketsu実™ that guides you through your growth as a flower designer. With Zen Flowers courses you will learn the essence of the Zen Flowers Style, the secret of creating flower designs with world appeal, the progression of harmony and the fulfilment natural creativity brings.
Please enjoy our site and we look forward to seeing you at one of our flower courses soon. Alternatively if you are looking to hire a Zen Flowers designer, please click here to confirm your designer is qualified and licensed to use the internationally registered Zen Flowers trademark to avoid disappointment on your special day.
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The Zen Flowers International courses are available around the world (subject to restrictions). Below is a map for the usual teaching location in Ginza, Tokyo but please note that we may need to change the location depending on bookings and class sizes so you need to confirm a place on a course before booking your hotels and fligts for any Zen Flowers course.