5 Tea ceremony
Omotesenke chanoyu is traditional Japanese Tea ceremony and it has a history of over 400 years. With the modernization of our lifestyle, a new style of tea ceremony called Ryurei, in which tea is served in a Western-style room with chairs and tables, was invented, and is now widely practiced at tea ceremony events. In the class, we use the same tea utensils as the traditional style. This class will be also good as a continued class of the “First Chanoyu Tea Ceremony at the table” class held by Sohga-an. Regardless of a beginner or an experienced tea ceremony practitioner, please feel free to join us.
Sosen OnishiONISHI Sousen is a certified instructor of Omote-Senke school of Japanese tea ceremony, and she has been practicing tea ceremony for 18 years. Sousen started teaching tea ceremony classes at Nippon Club in 2017, and she has led tea ceremony events for the public and private groups at various venues including Nippon Club. She also has taught undergraduate and graduate courses such as (intercultural) communication, languages, and research methodology in colleges in Japan and USA. She incorporates her academic expertise into her attempt of deepening and expanding students’ understanding of the Japanese culture through tea ceremony.
|Lesson fee||$90 (3-lesson) Material Fee $45 (3-lesson)
＜The Initial Registration Fee＞
Chanoyu ＜Sohga-an of Omotesenke Style＞ Ryurei Course -First Session (Saturday) 11:30～13:30
|Schedule||2023/9/16, 10/14, 11/4|
Chanoyu ＜Sohga-an of Omotesenke Style＞ Rurei-Courses -Second Session (Saturday) 11:30～13:30
|Schedule||2023/11/18, 12/2, 12/16|