Japanese Tea Ceremony by Murasaki

Sakura Matsuri at Charles B. Wang Center @ Stony Brook University.

My son, Matthew eloquently presented the introduction of about "Sen no Rikyu" and "matcha" in front of hugh audience.

Jiku -Hanging scrool 薫風自南来 "Kunpuu Minami Yori Kitaru" Meaning roughly "It will be cool by the light, balmy breeze, crossing the green grove and blowing gently, the pleasure of the early summer."

Sweets - 名残桜 ”The end of cherry blossom season" - I designed and created these wagashi. We served tea and sweets more than 70 people, much more than I expected!

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Japanese Tea Ceremony in New York

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