Chanoyu

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 soothe the mind with each methodical step.

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All event are held on Sunday, 1:30-3:00pm

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.

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

JAS & JASWA Member: $12

Non-Member: $20

Spring 2016:

January 31: Ro-Tana-Temae (Procedure of winter season)–St. Charles location
February 28: Ro-Temae –St. Charles location
March 27: Chabako-Temae — St. Charles location
April 17: Bon-Temae — St. Charles location

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.