The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center
The George J. Doizaki Gallery
First Annual Sado, Kado, Shodo Cultural Exhibition
Sunday, April 23, 30, May 7, 14
The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center presents the First Annual Sado, Kado, Shodo Cultural Exhibition of the three Japanese traditional arts – flower arrangement, calligraphy, and tea ceremony – featuring Omotesenke, Urasenke, Edo Senke, Ogasawara Sencha School, Sogetsu School, and Ohara School of Ikebana from Sunday, April 23 to Sunday, May 14, 2017 in the George J. Doizaki Gallery.
This free and open to the public exhibition will feature an installation combining the art of ikebana and calligraphy.
In addition, each Sunday at 1 pm, Japanese tea ceremony will be held in conjunction with the exhibition.
Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea.
Major tea schools Omotesenke, Urasenke, Edo Senke, and Ogasawara Sencha School will be performing their Art of Tea.
Limited seating, reservations required. Day-of ticket sales will not be available.
Experience The Art of Tea Ceremony
Buy Tickets • $25
OMOTESENKE TEA CEREMONY
SUNDAY, APRIL 23 • 1 PM
URASENKE TEA CEREMONY
SUNDAY, APRIL 30 • 1 PM
EDO SENKE TEA CEREMONY
SUNDAY, MAY 7 • 1 PM
OGASAWARA SENCHA TEA CEREMONY
SUNDAY, MAY 14 • 1 PM