We are grateful to our members! You are our greatest supporters and advocates! East-West Chanoyu Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Membership and contributions are tax deductible as permitted by law.

General Membership
Benefits include invitations to EWCC Chanoyu events and two complimentary tickets to  Four Seasons Tea Gatherings in a calendar year
• Individual: [$50]
• Family/household: [$75]
• University/High School Student: [$25]

EWCC-Student Membership

Benefits include eligibility to study chanoyu,  invitations to EWCC Chanoyu events, and four complimentary tickets to  Four Seasons Tea Gatherings in a calendar year
• Individual: [$150]
• Family/household: [$250]

Benefactor Membership
• Friend [$250-499]
Benefits include all of the above plus eight complimentary tickets to  Four Seasons Tea Gatherings in a calendar year
• Patron [$500-$999]
Benefits include eligibility to study Chanoyu plus complimentary participation for two in all EWCC events in a calendar year or a private tea gathering at EWCC for a party of four
• Benefactor [$1,000 and above]
Benefits include all of the above or a private tea gathering at a location of your choice
•  Corporate/Institutional Membership: [$1,250 and above]
Benefits include listing/logo of company/institution on EWCC website, inclusion of company/institution advertisement on EWCC website/newsletter; invitations to employees of company/institution to EWCC events; special EWCC Chanoyu demonstration or event for company/institution employees

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Seattle City Artist Project recipient Yuri Kinoshita's "Furyu" (Light breeze) floating tea house, 2014

Seattle Art Museum "Ryokusuian" (Green reflecting waters) tea house, monthly presentations, third Thursday, 6:30 -7:30PM

Seattle City Art in the Park Project recipient Chris Ezzell "Drinking the Moon Tea House" installation at Bellevue Arts Museum, 2014, and other BAM Chanoyu events

Bellevue Arts Museum Chanoyu Presentation with Yuri Kinoshita's "Shunpu" (Fresh breeze) tea house installation, 2013

Everett Community College, Nippon Business Institute and Japanese Cultural Center, tearoom and EWCC Chanoyu events