The Way of Tea

Japan's vibrant tea culture known as chanoyu (also, tea ceremony
and chado) is a distillation of many aspects of Japanese culture
including art, cuisine, hospitality, and philosophy.

Transmitted since the 16th century in adherence with harmony,
respect, purity and tranquility, chanoyu provides spiritual
contemplation and artistic inspiration through the medium of
powdered green tea.

As a first-time guest or an experienced tea practitioner, come
savor the mindfulness, beauty, and tranquility at the heart of tea.

EWCC offers classes, tea gatherings, and tea demonstrations.
Please contact EWCC to arrange a special chanoyu presentation for
your organization.

The East-West Chanoyu Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts and
educational organization serving the broader community since 1981.
Contact EWCC:  5125 40th Avenue N.E., Seattle, WA 98105  (206) 328 6018  mitchell@urasenkeseattle.org
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