Chado demonstration for Gosford Art Gallery

Chado demonstration for Gosford Art Gallery at Saturday, 5 September 2015

Chado Demonstration for 21st Anniversary of the relationship between Gosford and Edogawa

By Hideaki Kobayashi

Gosford city formed a Sister City Agreement with Edogawa-ku (Part of Tokyo) in
1988. Through this relationship Gosford city has received a beautiful Traditional Japanese Garden as their gift from Edogawa council. This Garden officially opened in September 1994. In celebration of the 21st anniversary Gosford City Council hosted a family cultural day. On the day there were many Japanese culture demonstrations in the Garden.

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Tea ceremony, Japanese Garden, Edogawa Commemorative Garden, Gosford, NSW, Australia Tea ceremony, Japanese Garden, Edogawa Commemorative Garden, Gosford, NSW, Australia

Tea ceremony, Japanese Garden, Edogawa Commemorative Garden, Gosford, NSW, Australia Tea ceremony, Japanese Garden, Edogawa Commemorative Garden, Gosford, NSW, Australia

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We did two demonstrations. At 12pm and 2pm.
We set up “Misono-dana” set at Pavilion over looking Koi pond.
We served the tea to 33 guests over two demonstrations.
In addition to this many observers watched our demonstrations

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