Date: 20 & 21 February, 2013
Venue: Gallery, The Japan Foundation Sydney
Chifley Square, Sydney
Teachers: Kurakazu Sokaku Gyotei-sensei
Yamamoto Sochi Gyotei-sensei
The event was closed. Only for students of Sydney Urasenke. The main idea or the leitmotif was – “Your movements should be natural and beautiful.”
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Wednesday, 30 January, 2013
20 Stanley St
Randwick, NSW, 2031
Chado demonstration (tatami mats setting) and serving tea & sweets
2 separate session 10.00am and 11.00am for 70 guests.
/More photos – Gallery – Emanuel School demonstration/
Hatsugama is “First New Year Tea”.
Hatsugama literally means “first kettle” but the term is used to represent the first tea gathering of a new year.
Sunday, 27 January, 2013 From 11:00 am – 3:00 pm at Leura.
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On Sunday, September 2, we had our Spring Annual Chakai at The Maiden Theatre in The Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens.
Kimono-clad tea practitioners from Urasenke Sydney demonstrate the context for art and design in the tea ritual. Learn how to handle ceramic tea bowls and the use of seasonal motifs on tea utensils.
Related exhibition: Kamisaka Sekka – dawn of modern Japanese design
Wednesday 8 August 2012, 6pm-8pm