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Introduction to Cha-no-yu:tea ceremony (beginner's)
** French text is below ** This is a lesson for beginners in the Japanese tea ceremony: How to sit down and walk on the tatami, How to behave in the tea ceremony room, How to eat Japanese sweets, How to taste a bowl of matcha.... If you do not have an answer to these questions, please start from this introduction. Tuition fees (all costs included, payment in advance): 25 euro Reservation: Please send your name and phone number to: [masked] and transfer 25 euro to: BE[masked] (SAIAN) Your reservation will be valid when we receive your transfer. ------------------------------ Initiation à Cha-no-yu: la cérémonie du thé : apprendre la base ( Nous apprenons le geste élémentaire d’invité et d'host de Cha-no-yu avec Matcha léger et des gâteaux japonais dans cette initiation. Comment prendre des gâteaux ? Comment boire du Matcha ? Quelle moment on peut saluer? Qu’est ce que c’est l’intentions du geste? Nous allons obtenir d’autres façons de gôuter du Matcha à nouveau point de vue! Tarif (y compris tous les frais, prépayment): 25 euro Reservation: Envoyez le nom et la date de séance de votre choix, votre nom et votre numéro de téléphone par e-mail à [masked] , et effectuez un virement banciare vers BE[masked] (SAIAN)


Square Baron Alfred Bouvier, 1060 St.Gilles · Brussels

Respond by: 10/1/2018

What we're about

We have some styles of Cha-no-yu for precious moment with you; workshop, demonstration, lecture, conference, experience, introduce, session, lesson, appreciation, catering... etc.

We also collaborate with the other cultures; Yoga, Zen, Food, Sashiko-sewing, Kimono-fashion, Design, Contemporary art, Performance and so on.

Feel Japanese spirit with Cha-no-yu (Japanese tea ceremony) and Japanese culture!

* Some of our regular meetups (sessions) require booking and payment in advance. The reason why is that we would like to be sure your presence for respecting all the guests and preparing for you with all host’s heart, and to concentrate on the moment of tasting and the taste of the tea without thinking about externalities in the tea ceremony room. Thank you for your comprehension.

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