Urasenke Chanoyu : Peaceful Time
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About the Event
What is Urasenke School?
Urasenke (裏千家) is one of the main schools of Japanese tea ceremony. Along with Omotesenke and Mushakōjisenke, it is one of the three lines of the Sen family descending from Sen no Rikyū, which together are known as the san-Senke or the "three Sen houses/families" (三千家).
The name "Urasenke", literally meaning "rear Sen house/family", came into existence due to the location of the homestead of this line of the Sen family in relation to what was originally the frontmost house (the omote) of the Sen estate.
Noriko Takahara Sensei Bio
Ms. Noriko Takahara is a very experienced Urasenke tea ceremony instructor in Inverness. She started to take lessons in 1967 in Japan and was certified by Urasenke School under Sensei Matsumoto Sousei in 1995. She has been trained at Urasenke School in HQ and in NY.
Currently she has 15 students to follow her. She teaches tea ceremony chanoyu every Tue and Wed.
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