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Japanese Tea Party with Tea Master Ayako Souryo Takamoto

October 22, 2022 @ 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

$40 – $50

This fall, don’t pass up the opportunity to taste a Chado that is absolutely authentic. Each visitor to this small gathering will get a bowl of Matcha tea from Tea Master Ayako Souryo Takamoto and her team.

The Japanese Tea Ceremony, or Chado in English, is a spiritual and aesthetic discipline for self-raffination. Through the application of more than four centuries’ worth of knowledge, Chado practitioners learn to understand and value the four principles of harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility. The philosophy, arts, and history of chado have had an ongoing influence on Japanese culture. Matcha was initially used in Buddhist ceremonies in the eleventh century before being introduced to the aristocracy and Samurai lords.

Limited to 20 guests per session. $40 for members; $50 for non-members.
For tickets, click here.


Organizer

LongHouse Reserve
Phone
631.329.3568
Email
events@longhouse.org

Venue

LongHouse Reserve
133 Hands Creek Road
East Hampton, 11937 United States
+ Google Map
Phone
631-329-3568
View Venue Website

This fall, don’t pass up the opportunity to taste a Chado that is absolutely authentic. Each visitor to this small gathering will get a bowl of Matcha tea from Tea Master Ayako Souryo Takamoto and her team.

The Japanese Tea Ceremony, or Chado in English, is a spiritual and aesthetic discipline for self-raffination. Through the application of more than four centuries’ worth of knowledge, Chado practitioners learn to understand and value the four principles of harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility. The philosophy, arts, and history of chado have had an ongoing influence on Japanese culture. Matcha was initially used in Buddhist ceremonies in the eleventh century before being introduced to the aristocracy and Samurai lords.

Limited to 20 guests per session. $40 for members; $50 for non-members.
For tickets, click here.


Organizer

LongHouse Reserve
Phone
631.329.3568
Email
events@longhouse.org

Venue

LongHouse Reserve
133 Hands Creek Road
East Hampton, 11937 United States
+ Google Map
Phone
631-329-3568
View Venue Website

This fall, don’t pass up the opportunity to taste a Chado that is absolutely authentic. Each visitor to this small gathering will get a bowl of Matcha tea from Tea Master Ayako Souryo Takamoto and her team.

The Japanese Tea Ceremony, or Chado in English, is a spiritual and aesthetic discipline for self-raffination. Through the application of more than four centuries’ worth of knowledge, Chado practitioners learn to understand and value the four principles of harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility. The philosophy, arts, and history of chado have had an ongoing influence on Japanese culture. Matcha was initially used in Buddhist ceremonies in the eleventh century before being introduced to the aristocracy and Samurai lords.

Limited to 20 guests per session. $40 for members; $50 for non-members.
For tickets, click here.


Organizer

LongHouse Reserve
Phone
631.329.3568
Email
events@longhouse.org

Venue

LongHouse Reserve
133 Hands Creek Road
East Hampton, 11937 United States
+ Google Map
Phone
631-329-3568
View Venue Website