- Ikebana arrangements created by Ikebana of Richmond, Inc.
- Japanese doll collection on loan from Junko Liesfeld
- Japanese fish kites, kimonos, paintings of the Japanese Garden by Jeromyah Jones
- Japanese tea set, bonsai from Jim Ford’s collection
- Soothing sounds of Koto and Sangen instruments
- A spectacular bamboo sculpture will be created for the event by Midori Tanimune, a member of the Wilmington Delaware chapter of Ikebana International.
- Japanese delicacies and other cuisine will be provided by A Sharper Palate Catering Company and Kabuto Japanese House of Steaks.
It’s all Friday, September 21, 5:30-8pm at Maymont’s Japanese Garden. Just $45 per person/$30 children ages 5-12/children; 4 and under free.
For information or to request an invitation, call 804-358-7166, ext. 310. Click here to register online. Deadline for registration is September 14.