Honorary Faculty Adjunct ProfessorSenko IKENOBO
- 【Specialized Fields】
- Ikebana (Japanese Flower Arranging)
- Senko Ikenobo is Headmaster Designate of Ikenobo, which has a history of over 555 years and the origin of one aspect of Japanese traditional culture, ikebana. She serves as Vice Head Priest of Shiunzan Chohoji (Rokkakudo) temple in Kyoto. Senko Ikenobo’s varied activities focus on life as emphasized through Ikenobo ikebana. Completed the doctoral program at Kyoto Institute of Technology. Honorary Consul of Iceland.
- “Hana no Toki” (sole author) published in 1997 by Shufunotomo Co., Ltd.
“Ikebana to Kimono” (co-authored by Takatoshi Yajima) published in 2017 by Sankensha Co., Ltd.
- Ikebana captures large flow of time and its formative arts are based on the unique aesthetics. It can even suggests different concept of values in the modern society that we live in where we often put our priority on economic efficiency.
We consider how human being should be and experience “life” by facing the traditional culture of Japan. And we also think about universal values for the future by learning from ikebana which has woven a history of 557 years.
Related News and Events
- Event 2021.11.10 November 25, 2021 “Innovative Hospitality Management” Special Lecture Series 4: “Ikenobo Ikebana” by Prof. Senko Ikenobo (Headmaster Designate, IKENOBO) and Ikebana Exercise
- Event 2021.11.05 November 18, 2021 “Innovative Hospitality Management” Special Lecture Series 3: “Sustainable hospitality management based on tradition and innovation of “Shinise”（long-established) company” by Mr. Masao Hosoo, Chairman of HOSOO Co., Ltd.
- Event 2021.11.05 November 11, 2021 “Innovative Hospitality Management” Special Lecture Series 2: “Danshari and human Relationship Management” Dr. Ryoichi NAGATA（Shin Nippon Biomedical Laboratories, Ltd.）
- Event report 2021.10.28 October 14, 2021 “Innovative Hospitality Management” Special lecture by Daiko Matsuyama, the deputy head priest of Taizoin temple in Kyoto
- Event 2021.10.01 October 14, 2021 Innovative Hospitality Management Special Lecture on “ZEN” by Daiko MATSUYAMA, the Deputy Head Priest of Taizoin-temple in Kyoto