Japanese Tea Ceremony by Murasaki

Tea workshop for the Japanese Language, Art, and Design students from the Calhoun


Annual Tea workshop for the Japanese Language, Art, and Design students from the Calhoun. All students are very polite and eager to learn. They are very creative. Their questions mostly fall into the "How do you make?" category. @ Globus Washitsu Each student presented questions.

1. What kind of kiln makes this tea bowl? 2. How long does it take to build a tea house? 3. What is the purpose of the "FUTAI 風帯”? 4. How are the sweets made? 5. Where can you buy Matcha? 6. What kind of occasions for tea ceremony? 7. Why did you chose daffodils? 8.Why did you like Japanese tea ceremony? 9.Are all Japanese houses like a tea house? ....more.....

Their next project is "MAKING JAPANESE SWEETS!" They are very excited about making sweets......

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Japanese Tea Ceremony in New York

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