NYAC: Private Japanese Tea Ceremony Demonstration @Secret Kyoto Garden (Pre-Pay)
sam. 10 novembre à 19:30
Tickets: $32 – 35 Click the link below to register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/private-japanese-tea-ceremony-demonstration-the-secret-kyoto-garden-registration-51139259903 Experience one of Japan's oldest traditional tea ceremonies in a secret indoor Japanese garden hidden in the Upper East Side. Join New York Adventure Club ( https://www.nyadventureclub.com/ ) for a traditional Japanese tea ceremony demonstration in the style of Urasenke, one of the main schools of Japanese tea ceremony, at the Urasenke Chanoyu Center ( http://www.urasenkeny.org/index.html ) (UCC). Established in 1967 to promote the rich cultural tea tradition of Urasenke in New York City, the UCC is a private organization that teaches its members how to master this ancient tradition over the course of 10-15 years. Led by a Tea Master of Urasenke, our unique experience at the Urasenke Chanoyu Center will include: • A brief overview of the Urasenke Chanoyu Center, from its days as an 1880s carriage house to studio of famed artist Mark Rothko
• Access inside the secret Japanese garden and its four traditional tea rooms, all of which were constructed by traditional carpenters from Kyoto, Japan using imported Japanese materials
• An authentic Urasenke tea ceremony demonstration to learn about its history and philosophy, etiquette, and traditions
• An opportunity to consume the best quality sweets and matcha green tea from Kyoto, Japan, where Urasenke originated See you there! * Cell phones and cameras are not permitted inside the garden — all personal belongings will be safely secured in the reception area
** Rules: Due to the fragility of the tea ceremony mats: jeans are not allowed, clean white socks are required, remove all hand jewelry, refrain from wearing strong perfume or cosmetics, skirts must cover knees.
*** Attendees will be asked to sit down, or on their knees, for the duration of the tea ceremony — attendees can bring their own tea ceremony chair, or request one from the Urasenke Chanoyu Center with advance notice Categories: Tours, Hidden Spots, Historic Sites, Social
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