Herbarium Bottle Making Workshop in Tokyo

合計時間 : 1.5 hours

What To Expect

Engage in an hour of creative and relaxing activity in Jiyugaoka, one of the most fashionable neighborhoods in Tokyo!! "Herbariums" are blooming flowers preserved in glass jars or bottles, which have recently become increasingly popular among Japanese as interior accessories. This workshop will let you create a couple of your own Herbarium bottles, which will be a lovely addition to your space, or a heartfelt gift to your loved one. Flowers used in this class are all grown in Japan, and we use high quality preserving oil, enabling flower color to last long (6 months to 1 year). If you want extra oomph, a scent can be added to your Herbariums at additional cost. Let your imagination flow free and arrange the bottles as you like!!

I am a flower arrangement designer specializing in artificial and preserved flowers. Since I fell in love with the everlasting beauty of artificial flowers, I've learned many kinds of artificial flower creating techniques such as flower preservation and Somehana (flowers made from cloth). And I opened my own artificial/dry flower shop in Tokyo, in the hope to bring more color and brightness into people's day-to-day life.

Additional Info

・All children under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
・Please make sure to always communicate through wasabijp. In order to protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the wasabijp website.
・If you feel unwell or are under the influence of alcohol at the time of arrival, you will not be able to join our experience.
・Please make sure to arrive on time. If you arrive late, you may not be able to join us, as the end time cannot be extended to make up for late arrivals.


Fun and creative! We had a great time making our herbarium bottles and the teacher was super cool . It’s not hard to do
and results are unique . Highly recommended!

Cancellation policy

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

Request us for other slot, group service.

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