Exhibition at JCC

Commemorating 50 years of great relations between Singapore and Japan, this exhibition showcases a cultural exchange of tea cultures found in the two countries. Visitors of all ages will be able to appreciate and learn more about Japanese tea, Chinese tea, English tea, and even the local favourite Teh Tarik. Admission is free.


Venue:                        Japan Creative Centre

                                    Embassy of Japan in Singapore

                                    4 Nassim Road, Singapore 258372


Date:                           8 April - 7 May 2016 

                                    (Closed on Sun, Mon & Public Holidays) 


Time:                          10:00am - 6:00pm




Special Exhibition marking the visit of Dr. Genshitsu SEN


"Aesthetics of SEN Genshitsu: Japanese Art in Chado"


8 - 23 April 2016


Dr. SEN Genshitsu (Urasenke Grand Master XV) is widely known as a global-minded promoter both of the culture embraced by the Way of Tea and of World Peace. At age ninety-three and a Japanese veteran of the Pacific War, he continues to travel the world to spread “Peacefulness through a Bowl of Tea.” He is a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador, and Japan-UN Goodwill Ambassador. This special exhibition presents a selection of Dr. SEN’s calligraphy works and implements reflecting his ethos and aesthetic taste in the Japanese Way of Tea.    




Tea Lecture & Demonstration with Guided Tour

16 April, 2:00 - 3:00pm

English Tea and Teh Tarik by Liu Xiang Tea Craft

23 April, 2:00 - 3:00pm

Chinese Tea in Singapore by Liu Xiang Tea Craft

30 April, 2:00 - 3:00pm

Japanese Tea by Urasenke

7 May, 2:00 - 3:30pm

Japanese Tea by Urasenke

English Tea, Teh Tarik and Chinese Tea in Singapore by Liu Xiang Tea Craft




To register for these tea lectures and demonstrations with guided tour, please email jcc@sn.mofa.go.jp and indicate your preferred date and the number of attendees. 



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