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Washington, DC – Madame Yukiyo Sakata, founder of the Tokyo-based floral design studio "Madame Yuki Culture Salon," is making a special trip from Japan to demonstrate Japanese floral design to participants of the "Japan-Aid Festival" on Sunday, May 1st from 1-4 p.m. at New Hope Academy in Landover Hills (7009 Varnum St., in Landover Hills, Maryland 20784). Madame Yuki has demonstrated the art of Ikebana (floral design) in Hollywood, New York, Stockholm, Bangkok, Seoul and on embassy row in Tokyo. "You can feel Japanese culture through flowers," Madame Yuki writes on her website []. She will teach a lesson in English in Ikebana, and guests will create their own floral arrangement to keep, for the modest donation of $8. This is a value of $35…
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