Feb 15, 2011

New Beginner Class Starting

IntTetsubinroduction to Chanoyu
The Japanese Tea Ceremony
Harmony, purity, respect and tranquility.  These are the four principles of tea ceremony distilled from Japanese culture.  In this ten week class, students will be introduced to Chado, the way of tea. The arts of Japan will be examined through the ritual preparation and drinking of matcha, Japanese ceremonial tea.   
Students will participate in at least six tea ceremonies, an incense ceremony, and kimono dressing.  Japanese architecture, gardening,ceramics, flower arranging and calligraphy will also be covered. The final class will be a formal tea gathering for friends and family at the Portland Japanese Garden authentic tea house.
 New Class: Starts Wednesday, Wednesday March 2  7:00 – 8:30 pm.
3826 NE Glisan St.
Once a week for 10 weeks
Fee: $250, materials will be available for purchase at class.
Space is very limited.  Please call 503-645-7058 or email Margie to register
Marjorie Yap, Instructor, Urasenke Tradition of Tea

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