"Peacefulness through a bowl of tea" is the motto of Dr Genshitsu Sen, the 15th generation tea master of Urasenke. Chado Urasenke Tankokai Singapore Association was established with the aim of bringing people together through "the way of tea" encouraging and nurturing peace between singapore and japan, and throughout the world. The association was registered with the govenment with the goverment of republic of singapore in april 1991.
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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.
The participants will enjoy the traditional beauty of Chanoyu that has been keeping in step with the times.
There will also be a panel display to deepen your knowledge of Chado and an activity corner to experience making tea, listening incense and learning the basic manner of drinking tea.
Date & Time: 19 October (Sun)10:00am-4:00pm (Reception 9:30am – 3:00pm）
Venue: Level 2 Ballroom, The Japanese Association, Singapore
Admission: $20 (to be paid on the day at the venue
The proceeds will be donated to the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund through the Japanese Association, Singapore.
Organizer: Chado Urasenke Tankokai Singapore Association
Benefactors: The Japanese Association, Singapore
Japan Creative Centre