CHANOYU OFFERINGS

MATCHA AND MINDFULNESS

Master the art of making a delicious bowl of powdered green tea. Saturdays in Bellevue, times are variable. See separate ‘PARTICIPATE’ listing to register on line. $30 per person

JAPANESE TEA CEREMONY AND KAISEKI MEAL

Treat yourself and your friends to a Japanese Tea Ceremony and Kaiseki meal for a ‘once in a lifetime’ experience. $500 for group up to 5 persons

CHANOYU AT SEATTLE ART MUSEUM

Narrated Chanoyu demonstrations in the Kyoto built and designed Ryokusuian teahouse, provide audiences with an overview of Japanese Tea Culture and its role in the development of Japanese art. Third Thursdays from 5:30-6:30PM, February-November (except August). No reservations required, free with admission to the Museum.  

CHANOYU CLASSES FOR ALL LEVELS

BEGINNING SERIES CHANOYU CLASSES
Four-week introductory classes are offered once quarterly by reservation on Saturdays in downtown Bellevue from 11:00AM-1:00PM.  Call or email EWCC to reserve your classes (206) 328-6018/ <urasenkeseattle@hotmail.com>.

ELEMENTARY SERIES CHANOYU CLASSES

Eight-week elementary classes are offered on Saturdays from for those who have completed the Beginning Series. Classes meet on Queen Anne Hill.

MASTER CHANOYU CLASSES
Enrolling in ongoing classes signifies a commitment to master the art of tea.  Classes meet for three hours Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Wednesdays 10:00AM-1:00PM - Madison Park                      
Saturdays 8:00AM-4:00PM - Queen Anne Hill

CHANOYU AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

JAPAN 317:  Chanoyu - the Tea Culture of Japan               

Spring  2019, 5-credits,  meets Wednesdays and Fridays

Fall 2019, 5-credits, meets Wednesdays and Fridays

Spring 2020, 5-credits, meets Wednesdays and Fridays