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a presentation by Angie Nagano, Jimmy Muramatsu

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23 February 2013 (Saturday), 4 p.m.

The Japanese Tea Ceremony is a ceremony practiced throughout Japan involving preparing and serving green tea, normally in the form of MATCHA (抹茶), powdered tea. Usually Japanese sweets are served at the same time to balance the bitter taste of tea. The ceremony as it is known today has its origin in the sixteenth century, and entails a prescribed set of specified actions.

The Japanese term for the ceremony is CHADO(茶道), the Way of Tea. It implies something more than a ceremony. One must prepare and drink tea with one’s whole heart, and the ceremony is a focused interaction between the host, guests and tea. The tea master Sen no Rikyu (千利休)perfected the ceremony by making it a ritual of simplicity. The tea room is small and barely decorated. What is important comes from the heart: the virtues of harmony, respect, purity and tranquility (和、敬、清、寂)are advocated. Drinking tea in such circumstances becomes then a redeclaration of the transience of life for the host and the guests, and they value greatly their encounter here and now: ICHIGOICHIE(一期一会), a chance in a lifetime.

Nobuko Nagano and Jimmy Muramatsu are experts in the Japanese Tea Ceremony. They will let us know in detail what this ceremony is about -- its utensils, procedure, aesthetics and spirit.

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