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CHANOYU 茶の湯古今: Ancient & Modern Times

Monday, 22 September 2014


Learn traditional beauty of Japanese Tea ceremony while making contribution to charity at the same time? Join the Tea gathering on 19 October and get to enjoy the traditional beauty of Chanoyu (Japanese Tea ceremony). Interested participants get to deepen their knowledge of Chado, making Tea, appreciate incense and learn the basic tea drinking etiquette.


Chado (also refers as ‘The Way of Tea’) is a discipline based on the act of boiling water, making tea and offering to others.


Japanese tea ceremony was transformed into the Way of Tea by Sen Rikyu approximately 500 years ago. From the perspective of the history of Japanese tea ceremony, the periods before and after Rikyu’s era are classified as the ancient and the modern times, respectively.



Date: 19 October (Sun) 

Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm  (Reception 9:30am – 3:00pm) 
Venue: Level 2 Ballroom,  The Japanese Association, Singapore
Address: 120 Adam Rd, Singapore 289899
Admission: $20 (To be paid on the day at the venue)  
RSVP: info-event@urasenke-singapore.com



The event is organised by Chado Urasenke Tankokai Singapore Association. The proceeds will be donated to the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund through the Japanese Association, Singapore. For more information, please visit www.urasenke-singapore.com



Source: Chado Urasenke Tankokai Singapore Association


Photos: Chado Urasenke TankokaiPosted by Lester Boey in Arts & Culture on 22 Sep 2014


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