Featuring Souheki Mori of Tea-Whisk & Hideminy New York
Please join us in welcoming Souheki Mori of Tea-Whisk, who will debut her signature “Watermelon Tea Ceremony” at the store on July 15.
For this special occasion, Hideminy New York has created lovely handmade matcha tea bowls. We invite you to join us to find that, indeed, "Love is in a matcha bowl”!
Please note: Space is limited and pre-registration is required via Eventbrite. As a courtesy to the artists, please arrive promptly. We look forward to seeing you on July 15.
Hideminy New York was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan where she earned her degree as a fashion designer. She has also worked as an entertainer, singer, model and emcee. Her move to New York City expanded her creative interest in ceramics. Hidemi sees beauty and joy in just about everything, and wants to express it through her handmade works. Her inspiration comes from within, and she encourages people to engage with her work as if it were a beautiful flower. She hopes her ceramics will bring love & peace, happiness, laughter, health, dreams, sympathy, compassion and relaxation to the lives of others. In 2016, she appeared in a film about ceramic art of Japan, and her candle holders have been commissioned by the Palace of Versailles in Paris.
Souheki Mori was born in Chiba, Japan. She studied under the Japan Association of the Tea Ceremony and was certified as a Japanese tea ceremony master in 2003, and holds the title of Jufuku-an. She established Tea-Whisk Inc. in New York City to introduce the beauty of the Japanese Tea Ceremony with Junya Mori. Mori believes that within the tea ceremony is a force invisible and precious, and that one can achieve spiritual growth through practicing tea. She has hosted Match Classes such as The American Museum of Natural History, Japan week NYC, Japanese sushi kaiseki restaurant KOSAKA and many others around Tri State. Harney & Sons is honored to welcome her again for this special evening.