Kadō – 華道


On Thursdays, I give an art appreciation class to children between the age of 8 and 12. Today, we spoke about Japanese esthetics and they experienced the “way of flowers,” known as Kadō (華道) in Japanese.

It was one of the loveliest classes I have ever given, filled with beauty and simplicity. So I came here to share some of it.

Inspiration: children inspired by simplicity and the beauty of nature. 

14 thoughts on “Kadō – 華道”

  1. young children + natural beauty = simply delightful Blessings and sweetness to you, Kenza, you continue to touch my heart, love you!

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  2. in french the pronounciation of this word Kado means GIFT! as a flowers arrangement is often a gift, i found it great and so easy to remember… and i learn something new again! thank you Kenza!

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