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Seasonal Wreath Arrangements Class

Seasonal Wreath Arrangements Fall 2021 Classes 

    1. Autumn Wreath Sun, October 24 : 13:00 – 16:00


    1. Holiday Wreath Sun, November 14 : 13:00 – 16:00


    New Year Arrangement Sun, December 12 : 13:00 – 16:00
Best Living Japan Studio, 3-17-12 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Yuko Okura

¥7,500 ( +10% Japan Consumption Tax )

Bulk deal
Quantity Discount Discounted price
2 - 20 10% ¥6,750

Buy 2 or more classes classes get 10% off until Dec 31, 2021 23:59

Seasonal Wreath decor is a wonderful way to introduce a new season or holiday into your home. Using seasonal plants and flowers, you can create a customized accent that sets a positive mood this season. During each workshop, you will enjoy the color, texture, and scent of these living materials and feel the connection to nature as you shape your wreath one stem at a time.

Ages 14+ are welcome. All materials will be provided.

Note: Each wreath will ensure 40cm in diameter and be made using fresh and local flora from the farmers market just before each class. Images here are for reference only.

October 24: 13:00 – 16:00 – Autumn Wreath

You will create a wreath using flora that highlights to variety of autumn colors, such as orange, dried flowers, and nuts.

November 14: 13:00 – 16:00 – Holiday Wreath

Bring a fresh scent to your home with a wreath constructed of fresh evergreen.

December 12: 13:00 – 16:00 – New Year Wreath

Using a kimono sash as a tapestry, your wreath will feature a shimenawa rope, artificial flowers, and red berries typical of the New Year. You can choose from a variety of kimono sashes and artificial flowers. The shimenawa rope will be about 30 cm in diameter.

Seasonal Wreath Arrangements Fall 2021 Classes 

Autumn Wreath Sun, October 24 : 13:00 – 16:00
Holiday Wreath Sun, November 14 : 13:00 – 16:00
New Year Arrangement Sun, December 12 : 13:00 – 16:00


Examples of Arrangements

Autumn Wreath Class
Autumn Wreath
holiday wreath
Holiday Wreath
New Year Arrangement
New Year Arrangement

aaYuko Okura

Yuko Okura began her botanical career volunteering at flower beds in 2011 where she started making her own designs constructed of discarded flowers from daily garden work. With her fascination for the beauty found in the colors and patterns of antique kimonos, Yuko introduced these patchwork scraps into her designs and collaborated with galleries and stores to sell her one of a kind wreath creations. For a decade, she has been offering wreath-making workshops that incorporate quintessential elements of Japan and has organized creative events and sold her many designs at artisan fairs and venues since 2017. 


Instagram: @GtoY_design

Fall 2021 Class(es) –

Seasonal: Wreath Arrangements