|Date:||Saturday 24 April 2021|
|Time:||14:00 - 15:30|
|Book Before 17:00 Friday 23 April 2021|
Long used to welcome honoured guests and mark significant occasions, the ancient Japanese Tea Ceremony involves much more than preparing and serving tea. Sometimes known as the Way of Tea, it brings together many elements of Japanese culture, art and nature.
Yuko Kobayashi Boff is a member and lecturer of the “Omotesenke” Tea School and currently practices both in Japan and London.
In this course, she will introduce you to “Obon-date” (Usucha – thin green powder tea- serving on a tray). She will teach you the procedure of “Obon-date” step by step and will show you some techniques.
Join Yuko and find out how the Tea Ceremony offers a tranquil and beautiful space to clear the mind and soothe the soul.
Dates for Intermediate course ( 90min x 3 lessons):
Day 1: 24th April 2021, Saturday
Day 2: 8th May 2021, Saturday
Day 3 : 22nd May 2021, Saturday
Time: 14:00 – 15:30 ( 1.5 hours lesson each day)
Instructor’s profile: Yuko Boff
Online tool: ZOOM (link will be sent to you after your purchase**)
Ticket Price: £60 – Single person ticket for all 3 lesson of Intermediate course
Ticket sales will close at 5pm on 23rd April 2021, Friday.
Precautions: Over 18 years old, suitable if you have completed Yuko’s Beginners course or learned “Sado” previously.
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Please be prepared 10 minutes before the workshop starts.
Yuko will have Q&A time in each session.
Please prepare this equipment by yourself before the 1st lesson starts.
* Further information on “Fukusa” . You could purchase one or make one on your own using either silk or cotton cloth – please use a thick cloth or make it double layered to be sewn together if a cloth is thin. It should be roughly 28cm x 27cm. Although ladies use “Fukusa” in vermillion and gentlemen in purple in the Omotesenke style, it can be any colour. If you prefer to purchase ones in the Omotesenke style, please click these suggested online retailer’s links for ladies’ “Fukusa” and gentlemen’s “Fukusa”.
Member and lecturer of the “Omotesenke” Tea School
Used since ages past to welcome honoured guests and mark significant occasions, the ancient Japanese Tea Ceremony involves much more than simply preparing and serving tea. Sometimes known as the Way of Tea, it brings together many elements of Japanese culture and art: pottery; calligraphy; flower arrangement and kimonos; all suffused with the aesthetic and philosophy of Zen Buddhism. In a busy and sometimes ugly world, the Tea Ceremony offers a tranquil and beautiful space to clear the mind and soothe the soul.
Learning the Tea Ceremony could fill several lifetimes. In her workshop, Yuko Boff will introduce you to one particular style: Ryurei-shiki. Originally introduced to welcome foreigners, it uses a table and chair. She will present and demonstrate some of the procedures and utensils to use, teach you how to attend a Tea Ceremony as either guest or host, and discuss the concepts which underlie the Way of Tea.
Yuko Kobayashi Boff is a member and lecturer of the “Omotesenke” Tea School and currently practices both in Japan and London.More details