The tea master this time is Sobin Koizumi, who has passed down the great tea tradition until this time.
She has been working with the Urasenke school, one of the main schools of Japanese tea ceremony, since 1975. Since 2002, she has started holding tea ceremonies in Taiwan, China, France, the US, and other countries, including private activities called “Chidori no Kai” and “Futaba kai” that aim to share Japanese culture and tea ceremonies.
She has advocated for “Introductory Tea” with the belief that the "a tea ceremony has a wide entrance and low threshold” and plays the role of “peacefulness.”
We hope you can join us for the first experience of "the world of Japanese tea ceremonies" called Chanoyu and get the opportunity to explore the depth of the Japanese tradition.