Japanese Tea Ceremony: An Introduction
Lifelong Learning

Step into another culture, another time as you participate in the ancient ritual of the Japanese Tea Ceremony. The Tea Ceremony ritual began in seventh-century China and still plays a significant role in Japanese culture today. Your tea master will explain the history and philosophy of the ceremony, its relationship to Zen Buddhism, demonstrate the rules and use of utensils, and have you practice some of the steps of the ceremony. Then she will conduct the ceremony, serving you a steaming bowl of tea and Japanese sweets to savor. You will leave class with a new perspective and your own Japanese tea kit to practice what you've learned.

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Class Sections For Japanese Tea Ceremony: An Introduction (LLPOT 966)

Fall 2022 Section 1, Starting on: 11/12/2022

This class takes place in person at the University Connected Learning and Continuing Education building (540 Arapeen Drive, SLC). Class is limited to 12. Special fee is for materials. Please view the University of Utah's current Covid guidelines for attending classes on campus at https://coronavirus.utah.edu/

Date(s) Day Time Location
11/12/22 S 1:00 pm -4:00 pm UUCE 124
Tuition: $39.00 + Special Fee: $49.00 = $88.00      

Instructor: HARUKO SADLER

Registration for this class will close on 11/11/2022 at midnight

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