Moonlight Rendezvous
~ An Exhibition by Ikebana International Singapore Chapter 135 ~

27 September - 6 October 2021

Japan Creative Centre (JCC)

A resplendent moon
glowing bright in the night sky
a sweet rendezvous!
© Ikebana International Singapore Chapter 135

Japan Creative Centre (JCC), Embassy of Japan in Singapore and Ikebana International Singapore Chapter 135 is pleased to showcase an Ikebana exhibition inspired by the Mid-Autumn Festival. Every floral arrangement is accompanied by its own haiku. Enjoy the beautiful spirit of autumn at Japan Creative Centre (JCC)!

Exhibition Period

Exhibition Period:

27 September (Monday) - 6 October 2021 (Wednesday)
Closed on 3 - 4 October 2021 (Sunday, Monday)

Opening Hours:

10am – 6pm (3pm – 6pm on 27 September)


Japan Creative Centre (JCC), Embassy of Japan in Singapore
4 Nassim Road Singapore 258372


FREE (Kindly take note that safe distancing measures will be implemented)

Opening Ceremony & Demonstration (Online)

~ Opening Ceremony & Demonstration (Online) ~

27 September 2021

Japan Creative Centre (JCC)

Ikebana International Singapore Chapter 135 welcomes you to join the opening ceremony and Ikebana demonstration online on JCC Facebook. The demonstration will be led by Mr Christopher Lim, Accredited AIFD member and Riji of the Sogetsu School.


Monday, 27 September 2021


2:30pm - 4pm


Online (Premiere on JCC Facebook Live)



About the Demonstrator

© Christopher Lim

Mr Christopher Lim is an Accredited AIFD (American Institute of Floral Designers) member and Riji (highest teaching rank) of the Sogetsu School. He is also an advisor to Ikebana International Sri Lanka Chapter 262, Sogetsu Study Group: Johor: West Malayisa and Sogetsu Study Group: Karachi: Pakistan.

With more than 38 years of floral designing and teaching experience, Mr Christopher Lim has conducted demonstrations and participated in exhibitions on numerous occasions across different countries.

About Ikebana

Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging, is a subtle, sensitive and sophisticated art form having a recorded history from many centuries. It is steeped in the philosophy of developing proximity with nature. Ikebana is a form of art similar to painting and sculpture. The artist expresses his/her creativity by using the medium of natural floral materials and containers. The fundamentals of Ikebana are as relevant today as they were centuries ago, but the art form has evolved to suit the modern society

About Ikebana International

Ikebana International (I.I.) is a non-profit cultural organisation headquartered in Tokyo, and is dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of Ikebana. Founded in 1956 by the late Ellen Gordon Allen, with a dream to create an organisation uniting the people of the world through their mutual love of nature and enjoyment of Ikebana, I.I. currently has presence in over 50 countries, with 161 Chapters and membership of approximately 7600 people. It is inspired by its motto "Friendship through flowers".

Ikebana International Singapore Chapter 135 was founded in 1969 by Lady Bette De La Mare, wife of the then British High Commissioner to Singapore. The Chapter has since then actively contributed to the learning, appreciation and promotion of the art of Ikebana in Singapore and the region. The Chapter members come from various schools of Ikebana such as Ikenobo, Sogetsu, Ohara, Ichiyo, Ryusei-ha, Souami and Kozan. Monthly events organised by the Chapter offer the members and Ikebana lovers, a platform for interaction and learning. Over the years, the Chapter has also raised funds through this beautiful art form and donated to many charitable causes both locally and internationally.

Implementation of Safe Management Measures against COVID-19

In response to the evolving situation around COVID-19, we will ask for your cooperation in following safe distancing measures in place. We will have the SafeEntry. Public safety is our utmost priority, and we seek your understanding in cooperating with the following precautionary measures:

  • If your temperature exceeds 37.5°C and/or any related symptoms
  • If you have been in contact with a confirmed novel coronavirus (COVID-19) patient in the past 14 days
  • If you are on SHN (Stay Home Notice) or quarantine

For the well-being of all visitors and staff, we will not be able to grant you access if you fall into any of the above-mentioned groups. Thank you for your understanding.

Where is Japan Creative Centre (JCC)?

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Getting to Japan Creative Centre
4 Nassim Road Singapore 258372
Tel: +65-6737-0434

By Public Bus:
Bus services: 7, 36, 77, 105, 106, 111, 123, 132, 174, 174E, 502, 502A, 502B (Alight in front of Delfi Orchard)
For latest information on bus routes and fares, please refer to SBS Transit.

By the MRT:
You may also take the MRT to the nearest MRT station, Orchard (NS22).
Train fares, travel times and route maps are available on the SMRT website.

Driving to JCC:

Nearest parking is at Orchard Hotel, Delfi Orchard and Orchard Rendezvous Hotel.

Japan Creative Centre

4 Nassim Road, Singapore 258372
+65 6737 0434 /
Nearest parking at Orchard Hotel & Delphi Orchard
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