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Solveig May 19
I made it on my wheel with authentic Nytal, not the synthetic substitute. 😁😁
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RadissonBluBengaluru Feb 19
Join us and the teachers of Yoshida Hikari School from Toyooka-shi, Hyōgo-ken, for a Japanese style tea ceremony performance, on the 24th of February, from 4pm onward. For reservations, call - +91 73386 77610
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Kyle Whittington Aug 15
Intensive keiko practice at in Paris this week. First time doing ash for sumidemae. Tad squiffy but not too bad for a first attempt. Rather enjoyable too.
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World Tea Expo Jan 6
Tea Forte's Ceremonial Bowl Set is comprised of a traditional ceremonial tea bowl, a ladel for measuring and a bamboo whisk.
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YukizTweets Sep 13
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RadissonBluBengaluru Feb 22
Quite a spirited article by . We're quite excited for the ceremony ourselves and we look forward to seeing you there. For reservations, call - +91 73386 77610
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YukizTweets Oct 12
One of my favorite kinds of tea ceremony practice is kagetsu. A group of five people does what they are supposed to do at any given moment.
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Michael Ferguson PhD Aug 4
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Batik Setyowijaya Jul 22
I was learning basic Chanoyu at class this morning until afternoon. @…
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Jacob Myers Sep 16
Tea ceremony was very peaceful.
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高橋勇太【インスタ茶道部】 Aug 11
【Traveling private tea ceremony 】 coming to Japan from Italia🇮🇹 . have a nice trip! . 遠州流茶道
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Avinash Dugar 7 Oct 17
pls help us do the same in India in setting up culture centre at Jamshedpur
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Kyoto Journal Aug 2
Tune in to TeaLife Audio: The podcast all about the Japanese Tea Ceremony and related arts! This episode contains a special mention about KJ and a discount code for our Crafts Ecology issue!
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W&L Japanese Tearoom Oct 1
Thank you for coming to our Parents Family Weekend tea!
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YukizTweets Oct 26
Practiced Shaza in the Japanese tea class. I set up the okō. The aroma was really nice. It was from Sumatra, Indonesia.
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Kaz Sushi Bistro Dec 12
Learn Japanese tea ceremony from an Urasenke Senior Professor! Monday, December 18 // 2:00pm – 4:00pm // KAZ Sushi Bistro
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TEDxKyoto@2018/11/04 Aug 30
[Speaker announcement 3] American ceramic artist & long-time Japan resident Richard Milgrim studying “The Way of Tea” (Chanoyu) . > Ticket info >
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MATSU KAZE TEA May 23
First time tasting from - this matcha contains 80% less caffeine than regular matcha.
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茶事釣月 翠浪庵 Nov 3
Why don't you join the tea ceremony lesson. It's very enjoy!! ceremony
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