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●Zens Activity
https://activity.zens.tokyo/activities/4-japanese-tea-ceremony-in-a-traditional-japanese-tea-studio

●Tokyo Midtown The Cover Nippon  http://www.nipponbrand.org/chanoyu_2018/03

Since 2012, we have been offering our lessons as part of the Nippon Brand Meister initiative. Drawing from Japan’s ancestral crafts tradition, we offer our 6-part course as part of this environment that has been planned to showcase Japan’s most traditional and craftsmanship in a breathtaking contemporary setting right inside Tokyo Midtown’s third floor at “The Cover Nippon”. Currently we are carrying out the 12th instalment of this series of workshops.

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Tuesday of each month, from 19:00 to 21:00
2018 3/13、 4/3、 5/8、 6/5、 7/3、 8/7

(The workshop accepts participants twice a year, in March and September. Participation is limited to 6 people).

●Clover Roppongi studio
Since 2017, In the made in Japan project company office near Nogizaka station.
[Clover Roppongi 1501, 7-1-19 Roppongi Minato-ku, Tokyo]

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Includes up to 2 make up classes in case of unattended sessions.
The school provides all necessary tools and materials for practice.
The course is taught in groups of 6 people.
Participation fee: 39,000 yen (single payment)

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Saturday of each month, from 14:00 to 16:00
2018 4/7、 5/12、 6/9、 7/7、 8/4、 9/1

For signing up or additional information, please contact us at:denda@lempicka.jp

 

●Roppongi Keicoba
This studio was closed on March 2017.

A practice space devoted to Calligraphy and Tea Ceremony.
Opened its doors in 2013.

Located in close vicinity of Tokyo Midtown, one of the city’s neural points, it offers noon sessions as well as evening sessions, equally appealing to office workers, as well as those that work at home or in freer schedules.

It currently offers our popular introductory workshop, taught in a specially designed table and chair setting. Held several times a year, it consists of 6 monthly lessons. The course is structured so that participants can acquaint themselves with the Mushakoji-senke’s basic “Ryakubon Temae” principles.