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Contact EWCC:  5125 40th Avenue N.E., Seattle, WA 98105  (206) 328 6018  mitchell@urasenkeseattle.org
East-West Chanoyu Center
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TEA
Ceremony

TEA Art

TEA Culture

Curriculum

Dialog

Guidelines

Kigo

Poems
Chanoyu Classes in the Urasenke Tradition

Instructors

CLASS LOCATION
5125 40th N.E., Seattle, WA 98105   

INTRODUCTORY VISIT
If you are interested in studying chanoyu come and observe a
class,
any Saturday afternoon at 2pm. Just send a $35 check
to EWCC one week prior to your visit to reserve your seat. (See
calendar in menu for a schedule of classes.)

CONTINUING CLASSES
Continuing classes are for those who have participated in
an introductory visit and/or have prior experience and are
interested in mastering the art of tea. Classes typically have four
or fewer students and are three hours in length. Enrolling in
continuing classes signifies a minimum commitment to one year
of study.

SCHEDULE 2015 Winter Quarter
Third week January to the third week in March

Wednesday 10:00AM
Thursday 10:00AM
Thursday 2:00 PM
Friday 11:00AM
Saturday 10:00AM
Saturday 2:00PM

KASHINKAI
Ensemble tea training (shichijikishi) is offered once a month on
Saturday afternoons. The fee for 10 lessons is $250 in advance.
Please contact your instructor about becoming a member.

FOUR-WEEK INTRODUCTION TO TEA
Call or email for details.

ADDITIONAL STUDY ask your instructor for
details

Kimono no Kitsuke The Art of Kimono Dressing with EWCC
member Kazumi Ohara

Wagashi no Tsukurikata The Art of Japanese Confections with
EWCC member Gwen Stamm

Kaiseki Traditional Tearoom Cuisine with EWCC member Hiroko
Sugiyama