“I have never done a tea ceremony but I want to know Japanese tea ceremony someday.”
“I’d like to learn more about Japanese culture and Japan through tea parties and tea ceremony lessons. “Do not you think?
You can enjoy Hospitality tea ceremony that meets your wishes and is easy to enjoy.
· Through Japanese tea ceremony, students learn about Japanese culture, values, and aesthetics, and deepen their understanding of Japanese people and Japan.
· Unlike other tea ceremony classrooms, you can substitute at home, you can feel the familiarity of the tea ceremony by being able to easily practice. You can experience the joy of it challenging.
· You can also realize hospitality by making use of simple manners.
· By actively ingesting Matcha, you can be physically and mentally healthy.
· By self-making Matcha, concentration ability is improved, autonomic nerves are set up, and stress relaxation is led.
＜The most important thing is not to teach tea ceremony and Japanese culture＞
Ordinary tea ceremony is often taught centering on “tea ceremony etiquette”.
However, I thoroughly make my manners as simple as possible at home.
I have made all the programs out of the belief that “I want people from other countries to know more about Japan and the Japanese through tea ceremony.”.
We Japanese want to get closer to people from other countries.
So I want people to know more about us Japanese and Japan.
Therefore, I will convey it in an easy-to-understand, historical and modern context.
And we aim to make it easier to communicate with people from other countries.
“Japan has this history, and this idea is alive in it.” “This is the way Japanese people communicate.” “This behavior of the Japanese means”
I value the enjoyment of the tea ceremony culture.
In addition, we hope to create new relationships and opportunities through interaction.
First of all, the important thing is to tell the contents so that they will be interested. Of course, I understand that manners are also important.
I am doing my activities with the feeling that I would be happy if people would enjoy the tea ceremony if they could communicate the contents of the tea ceremony, understand it, and be interested in it.
I think the most important thing is not to do the tea ceremony, but to have a good time and be happy.
Born in 1989.Before graduating from high school, I won the Beginner Permit in Urasenke Tea Ceremony.
After graduating from high school, I went to Sophia University Junior College Department English.
After that, I transferred to Art University.
I completed the art education at the Graduate School of Fine Art University Graduate School and acquired the curatorial qualification at the same time.
I also got qualification of a clinical artist.
Since I was a student, I have held tea ceremonies, including study sessions, that can be enjoyed even by beginners who are “Hospitality tea gathering and seminar” at sharehouses.
I also held a tea ceremony lecture for people coming from overseas.
In order to hold many tea ceremonies, I also obtained qualifications such as food hygiene managers.
Actively from the age of 25, I will tell the fun and enjoyment of the tea ceremony for universities and companies.
I am working to spread “Hospitality tea ceremony” which can be easily casually even for beginners to more people.
【Cities and countries visited】
Singapore, Guam, Hawaii, Taiwan, NewZealand Wellington, Paris, Italy, London, Finland, Sweden, Spain, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland