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Tea Ceremony Lesson - Oubaku Baisa Ryu- for beginners

The tea ceremony is all about warm hospitality, and it can help you rediscover the beauty of Japan, often forgotten in today's urban life. It's a perfect treat for your loved ones or yourself.

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Tea Ceremony Lesson - Oubaku Baisa Ryu- for beginners
Tea Ceremony Lesson - Oubaku Baisa Ryu- for beginners

Time & Location

17 Sept 2023, 13:00 – 14:30

Amsterdam, KNSM-Laan 143, 1019 LB Amsterdam, Netherlands

About the event

About this workshop If you want to experience traditional Japanese harmony and appreciate the changing seasons, try a tea ceremony. It's a beautiful way to feel the season through the utensils and decorations. Embracing its origins rooted in Zen philosophy, the Obaku-Baisa school, spearheaded by the esteemed Zen priest, Baisao, sought to elevate the tea-brewing experience to an artful delight.

The tea ceremony is all about warm hospitality, and it can help you rediscover the beauty of Japan, often forgotten in today's urban life.

It's a perfect treat for your loved ones or yourself.

In the workshop, Haruka Matsuo will teach you how to brew delicious tea at home, including the right amount of tea leaves and water temperature. If you wish, you can obtain a certification (additional lessons and fee applies).

About Haruka Matsuo Haruka Matsuo is an artist and a prominent figure in the world of Japanese tea ceremony. Hailing from the renowned Oubaku Baisa ryu lineage, she is the successor of Seigetsu Iriyama, a highly regarded master of the traditional craft of Kigata Banko. With her deep-rooted expertise and passion for the tea ceremony, Haruka has mastered the intricate art of preparing and serving tea, embodying the elegance and harmony of Japanese culture. Her skillful and precise movements, combined with her artistic sensibilities, create a captivating and authentic tea ceremony experience.

This workshop will be placed during MONO JAPAN 2023

More info to read:  (https://www.monojapan.nl)

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