Photo Credit: Louis Rivera

Photo Credit: Louis Rivera

Impress your Japanese friends and family with your sophistication about Japanese tea culture. The Urasenke San Diego Association will hold its Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony) class beginning Febraury 16, 2019 and will continue for the next four Saturdays ending on March 16, 2019. Learn about the history of Chanoyu, tea drinking etiquette, and how to properly use fukusa linen and sensu fans during a tea ceremony. The teachers are experienced, friendly, and enthusiastic about passing these traditions to the San Diego community. These five-session adult introductory classes are $60 for members and $70 non-members. All materials are included in the price. Students should be available for all five weekend classes. Please join us for this special cultural experience!

Location: JFG Activity Center
Date & Time: Saturdays | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    - March 2, March 9 (sold out)
Fee: $60 JFG Members, $70 Non-members (sold out)
*Please note this program is limited to only 10 people.

Inquiries for Chanoyu (Tea Ceremony) classes can be e-mailed to programs@niwa.org

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