The Art of the Tea Ceremony  Celebrate Valentine's Day with flower arrange

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The Art of the Tea Ceremony Celebrate Valentine's Day with flower arrange

Enjoy the Art of the tea ceremony in New York by Keiko Kitazawa, Omotesenke style tea ceremony.

When and where

Date and time

Location

Globus Washitsu -Tea room 憩翠庵- 889 Broadway # PHC New York, NY 10003

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

Valentine's Day is celebrated annually on February 14. It originated as a Christian feast day Saint Valentine and, through later folk traditions, has become a significant cultural and celebration of romance and love in many regions of the world.

I will hold the Japanese tea ceremony with the theme of Love.

You will have unique experiences with this tea ceremony.

1) "茶花” Chabana - You will make a small flower arrangement for the tea ceremony.

Chabana comes with minimal rules, such as a simple, natural look. You can take home your flower.

2) "茶箱" Chabako -You can enjoy the early spring with a Temae performed with a box containing all the necessary utensils.

◆Flow

Chanaba - Small flower arrangement.

Sekiiri - Entering the tea room

Tenshin -Serving Japanese -style lunch box.

Usucha -Thin tea with Chabako Temae

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Note

  • All session guests sit directly on tatami mats. We have available an arrangement for those who cannot sit "seiza" style. We have some small stools available. Please request in advance for limited chairs are available.
  • Tea Lunch Box made by Formosa Bento
  • The photo is an image of a past tea ceremony. It is different from the actual menu. If you have food allergies or any special requests such as vegitarian etc, please contact us in advance. Formosa bento will make an arrangement for you!

Dress code

  • Western-style clothes are acceptable.
  • No sleeveless shirts, or short mini skirts.
  • Please bring a clean pair of white socks. (We have some extras)
  • Please take off jewelry and watches. Those can often damage valuable utensils.

Photos

  • We will take pictures of the tea ceremony during the event. Please note that the photos taken may be used for SNS at a later date.
  • If you do not wish to be posted on SNS, please let us know on the day or in advance.

If you have any questions, please contact me. murasaki.tea@gmail.com