When Matcha Meets Oolong: A Japanese-Taiwanese Joint Tea Ceremony
Tea, as the second most consumed drink in the world, has been enjoyed by people across the globe for thousands of years. Though different regions favor
“When Match Meets Oolong: A Japanese-Taiwanese Joint Tea Ceremony,” is set to take place at Tenri’s gallery on August 13, and will offer a rare opportunity for tea lovers to witness two different ceremonies practiced by professional tea masters from Japan and Taiwan. Apart from learning about the essence of Japan and Taiwan’s tea culture, guests will also be able to taste different varieties of tea, as well as tea snacks.
Japan: Ms. Keiko Kitazawa, Omotesenke Style (表千家流)
For registration, please email to Ms. Kazuko Takizawa at firstname.lastname@example.org. The first 30 guests to sign up for the event will receive a traditional clay tea cup made by Taiwan’s noted tea ware maker Lin Ceramics Studio.
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