Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony 2016
24 – 25 September 2016 (Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum)
15-16 October 2016 (Hama-rikyu Garden)
The art of Japanese tea ceremony is all about pursuing the ultimate beauty in every aspect of making tea and receiving guests. Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony 2016 offers a great occasion to get initiated into this art in casual manner. Sessions in English will also be provided.
Two venues are available: Hama-rikyu, a landscaped Japanese garden dating from the Edo Period, located in central Tokyo; and Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum, located inside Koganei Park in a western suburb of Tokyo. The latter is an open-air museum displaying historical buildings and houses (a few of them said to have served as models for the settings of Hayao Miyazaki’s animated film “Spirited Away”).
At either place, experience tea ceremony in an easy-going, but also traditional, atmosphere.
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