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This post previously appeared on this blog as 10 things Midorikai has taught me I have updated and expanded for the purposes of this list. The lessons from my experience still ring true today, more than ever. What about you? What are the things Chado has taught you?
Here is the list:
Be open to …
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Two new classes forming for February 19
Introduction to Chado, 4:00 pm. 10 week Introduction to Chado the way of tea. For those who want to know more about Japanese Culture, this 10 week introduction will examine the arts of Japan through the ritual preparation and drinking of matcha, Japanese ceremonial tea. More information …
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This year Issoan celebrated Hatsugama in a hybrid as still some people cannot come to the tea room, and some people attended from out of town.
The first seki I laid sumi and served tenshin meal.
Then a break and our zoom guests joined us for sweets and tea. Thank you all …
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Happy New Year from Issoan Tea. This morning we met for the 5th annual poetry gathering at Issoan. It is always a popular event as we visit, talk, share incense, potluck food, and sweets and tea over the course of 4 hours as we compose a poem for the year. This year we had 8 …
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