Chanoyu

 Chanoyu: Japanese tea ceremony

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Spring 2014Event: All event are held on Sunday, 2:00-3:30 pm

Each event will be conducted by Junko Ikeda, Urasenke Tea Instructor, in a private residence’s chashitsu (Japanese tearoom).  We have two locations: St. Charles and University City.

January 5: St. Charles location

February 2: St. Charles location

March 9: U-City location

May 11: St. Charles location

Student (with valid school ID): $10

JAS/JASWA Member $12

Non-Member: $20

6 Seats are available per event and are sold on a First Come, First Served basis.  All sales are final.

Send checks (payable to Japan America Society) to:

Japan America Society of St. Louis

366 SSB

UMSL

One University Blvd

St. Louis, MO 63121-4400

To pay with PayPal, call or email the office at 314 516-5754/ cisjas@umsl.edu

You will receive directions to the house after your registration is confirmed. 

What is Chanoyu?

Chanoyu (Chado), or the Way of Tea, is a spiritual practice formalized by Sen no Rikyu in the 16th century. You will learn about the Way of Tea from an introductory lecture, watch a demonstration, and enjoy a bowl of matcha (green powder tea) with some Japanese confections. This experience will sooth the mind with each methodic step.

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About Japan America Society of St. Louis

The Japan-America Society of St. Louis was founded to study and promote a better understanding by the people of the United States of America and the people of Japan of the art, literature and cultural ideals, aspirations and development of each nation. It does not concern itself in any way with the internal politics or international policies of either nation. It strives to encourage friendly personal relations between individuals of the two nations as they may meet, either as members of the society, or in residing or traveling in either country and to promote mutually beneficial commerce and trade.