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History

Muromachi

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Ex-emperor priest Shinchi named as Oiemoto Koryu.

Imperial priest Hikoin, the 6th prince of 104th emperor Gokashiwabara, took over Iemoto.

Azuchi

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Imperial priest Ohin, the 5th prince of the imperial Fushimi family, took over Iemoto.

Imperial priest Saiin, the 7th prince of the imperial Fushimi family, took over Iemoto.

Early Edo

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Imperial priest Shokai, the prince of the 107th emperor Goyouzei, took over Iemoto.

Imperial priest Ziin, another prince of the 107th emperor Goyouzei, took over Iemoto. He established so called “The Noble Culture” back then, serving himself as the head of priest of the Tendai three times.

Jikeiishi, the 1st disciple of 6th Iemoto Ziin, took over Iemoto. Ziin asked him to bring Ikebana to Edo(former Tokyo) as school name “Kajiinomiya Jikeigoryu”, and to spread the art to Edo people.

Renkubo Jikekkei Shunhokyo took over Iemoto. In 1684, donated flowers to Asakusa Honganji Temple, and it had become an annual even since then. Published an Ikebana book called "Umekaden" in 1695.

Jiku took over Iemoto.

Namishi took over Iemoto.

Late Edo

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Jisen took over Iemoto.

Chujo Iwai took over Iemoto.

Ryokaku took over Iemoto.

Seccho took over Iemoto.

Kiyomasa took over Iemoto. He involved with the students of Ichiyo Shunshuken, he adopted the Enshu style of Ikebana.

Sokou took over Iemoto.

Isshosai Sooh Hougen, took over Iemoto. Held an Ikebana exhibition dedicating to the 6 th Iemoto Ziin, at Manpachiro Ryogoku, Edo in 1863. Held a Meiji Restoration dedication party with Tokyo Flower Kyowakai at the order of Ministry of War in 1870, presented 414 Ikebana art works.

Meiji

XVIII

In 1908, Isshoosai Fujiwara Socho took over Iemoto. Renamed the school as "Kajiinomiyagoryu" with the permission of Sanzen-in Temple. Published the third volume book "Ikebana Chiyo No Matsu" next year, and in 1910, exhibited the Ikebana for the Qing dynasty ambassador and then for the King, Queen and Princess of India, at the order of Ministry of the Imperial Household.

Taisho

In 1912, arranged Ikebana in Shiba Rikyu, the residence of the imperial family of each country, who came to the Great Mourning of Emperor Meiji. Held the Great Buddhist memorial service of the predecessors and the former Iemoto Isshosai Sooh at Kan-eiji Temple in Ueno with desciples all over Japan in 1918. In 1922, dedicated Ikebana to the 10th Anniversary Repentance of the Emperor Meiji at Sanzen-in Temple in Kyoto. However, in 1923, many of valuable documents, materials and vases of the school were burnt down due to the Great Kanto Earthquake.

Showa

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Isshosai Fujiwara Socho took over Iemoto.

Isshosai Fujiwara Socho took over Iemoto.
He unified the flower style, created and added the modern Ikebana style to the school and established a school song.

Early Heisei

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2014

August, Isshosai Fujiwara Socho took over Iemoto.

March, Held an exhibition commemorating the succession of the Iemoto in Sankeien Garden in Yokohama.
May, Attended a repentance ceremony at Sanzen-in Temple in Kyoto.
November, Registered the trademark of “Kajiinomiya Goryu”.

October, Held an exhibition “Ippon Shinka” by Fujiwara Socho, devoted to Enyuzo Rakkei in Sanzen-in Temple in Kyoto.

Held solo exhibition Aizu Hongo Yaki “Arrangement in Munakatagama vessel” at Gallery Bratto in Fukushima.

Celebrated Sanzen-in Kannon-do 10th anniversary.

Held the 1st Sanzen-in Autumn Kado Exhibition.

Held the 2nd Sanzen-in Autumn Kado Exhibition.

Held the 3rd Sanzen-in Autumn Kado Exhibition.

In April, held an exhibition “Ikebana x Hundred Stages 2014, Seisui Room” in Meguro Gajoen, Tokyo. In the same year, held also the 4th Sanzen-in Autumn Kado Exhibition. Celebrated 10th anniversary of succession of Iemoto.

Late Heisei

2015

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2016

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2017

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2018

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Held “New Year's table and flower coordination” in Yamate Western Pavilion in Yokohama.

Took a place at the exhibition "Ikebana x Hundred Stages 2015, Soukyu room" in Meguro Gajoen, Tokyo, and did opening of Rinshukaku", important Japanese cultural property.

Held the 5th Sanzen-in Autumn Kado Exhibition.

Joined “New Year’s Day at Kakushoukaku”, a tangible cultural property of Yokohama City. Then held Held “New Year's table and flower coordination” in Yamate Western Pavilion in Yokohama.

Took a place at the exhibition “Ikebana x Hundred Stages 2016, Seikou Room” in Meguro Gajoen, Tokyo, and did opening of Rinshukaku” and “Hakuuntei”, both important cultural properties.

Held the 6th Sanzen-in Autumn Kado Exhibition.

Joined “Sankeien Building and Flowers” in Rinshunkaku and Old Tomyoji Main Hall.

Joined Hayama Arts Festival, “Everett Brown Photo Exhibition x Kajiinomiya Goryu Ikebana” in Hayama Cultural Garden Gallery in Hayama.

Took a place at the exhibition “Ikebana x Hundred Stages 2017, "Kiyokata Room” in Meguro Gajoen, Tokyo.

Held a special exhibition “Hara Sankei 150th birth anniversary” in Rinshunkaku, Yokohama.

Took a place at the exhibition “Ikebana x Hundred Stages 2018, "Gyosho Room” in Meguro Gajoen, Tokyo.

Held the 8th Sanzen-in Autumn Kado Exhibition.

Reiwa

2019

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2022

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2023

January

Joined Hayama Arts Festival in Hayama Cultural Park, in Hayama, and Hayama Arts Festival project in Enkakuji, Kamakura.

Took a place at the exhibition “Ikebana x Hundred Stages 2019, "Seisui Room” in Meguro Gajoen, Tokyo.

Held the 9th Sanzen-in Autumn Kado Exhibition.
Celebrated 15th anniversary of Iemoto inheritance.

Joined “New Year’s Day at Kakushoukaku”, a tangible cultural property of Yokohama City. 

Held “Hanazashiki Spring Cafe”, at Kakushokaku, a tangible cultural property of Yokohama City. 

Joined "Hassenka Ikebana Exhibition in Kamakura" at Engakuji Temple in Kanagawa.

Joined "The 10th Ikebana Exhibition at Doukutsu-Kannon" at Tokumeien, Gunma. 

Joined "Fukko Ikebana 11th Edition" at Zojo Temple, Tokyo.

Held a collab exhibition "FUJIWARA Socho x TIMBER YARD" in Chiba.

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