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会頭 勅使河原 和風

 現在、世界を舞台に、いけ花活動を行う勅使河原和風は1949年、鎌倉に生まれる。明治後期に、「日本生花学会」を主催し、日本華道の新たな教授法を確立した祖父(初代和風)、昭和期に国内外で家庭いけ花の風流愛花を披露し、独自のいけ花芸術を推進した父(二代目和風)のあとを継ぎ、1992年、三代目和風を襲名。花と器と環境の調和により構成される、環境芸術としてのいけ花を実践。その作品は、いけ花における、優雅さ、創造性、神秘性を象徴している。また、その指導は一人一人のアーティスティックセンスを尊重、明解なテクニックと共に、次世代のいけ花を推進。

 

Wafu TESHIGAHARA
Wafu Teshigahara, a world famous ikebana artist and President of the Teshigahara Wafu Foundation, was born in Kamakura in 1949. In 1992, he succeeded his famous father as the third president.
The founding president (his grandfather), established “The Japan Ikebana Academy” during the Meiji Era. He also created a unique teaching method of Japanese flower arrangement.
In the Showa Era, the second president (father of the present president) introduced and promoted a freer and more individualistic style of ikebana for the home both within and outside of Japan.
The present Wafu School emphasizes complete harmony among the flowers, vases and the environment in which they are placed. These works of art symbolize the elegance, creativity and mysticism found in ikebana.
Further, the guidance given by the Wafu School, while respecting the artistic sense of the individual arranger, gives a solid foundation of ikebana techniques...leading the way for future generations of ikebana practitioners.

 

副会頭 勅使河原 光衣

 いけ花の名門勅使河原和風会三代目会頭の長女として1978年鎌倉市に生まれた勅使河原光衣は和風会の次の世代にふさわしく幼少より和風会いけ花の練習を始めた。
湘南国際女子短期大学英文科を卒業後メーカーに勤務。2002年退社後、文部科学省認定財団法人勅使河原和風会会頭秘書として入社、そして2003年勅使河原和風会副会頭に就任。現在東京本部にて会員の指導に当る一方警視庁警察学校で必修科目の一つであるいけ花講師を担当している。又、毎年恒例のイケバナインターナショナルフェアに参加、展示をしている。
 2005年にはイケバナインターナショナルサンフランシスコ支部において、父そして会頭である勅使河原和風と共に和風会いけ花の実演をして好評を得た。
芸術そして経営手腕に加えてスキー、ボディボード、そして剣道と巾広い分野のスポーツを趣味とし、さらには文部科学省認定毛筆書写技能検定一級の資格を持ち、生物や世界史にも興味を持っている。

 

Mitsui TESHIGAHARA
Mrs Mitsui Teshigahara was born in 1978 as the oldest of the Third Headmaster of the renowned Teshigawara Wafu-kai Kamakura City. As befitting the next generation leader of the Wafu-kai, she was trained in the art of ikebana from an early age.
After graduating with a degree in English literature from the Shonan International Women's Junior College, Miss Teshigawara worked at a company After leaving the company in 2002, she joined the Ministry of Education-Certified Foundation, Teshigawara Wafu-kai, as secretary to the Headmaster. Miss Teshigawara became the Assistant Headmaster in 2003.
Currently, Miss Teshigawara teaches Ikebana students at the Wafu-kai Tokyo Headquarters, and is also responsible for teaching Ikebana, whichi is a part of the required curriculum at the Police Academy. She also participates in the Ikebana International Fair every year and exhibits her arrangements. In 2005, she did demonstrations at the Ikebana International San Francisco Chapter along with her father, the Headmaster, Wafu Teshigawara, and received favorable comments.
Miss Teshigawara possesses not only artistic business management abilities, but also excels in many sports, such as skiing, body board and Kendo (Japanese fencing.) She holds the Ministry of Education-certified Class 1 certificate for Japanese calligraphy. She is also interested in biology and world history.