The IUP Japanese Program will host a Japanese Tea Ceremony from 10:20 to 11:50 a.m. on October 9 in the HUB’s Monongahela Room. The ceremony consists of a tea brewing workshop, the ancient tea tasting game of Chakabuki, and the Sencha (loose-leaf green tea) tea ceremony presented by Baisa School Sencha Tea Masters.
Only 35 people can participate in the ceremony, and about 10 seats are taken by students of Japanese. Participation fee is $1. If you are interested, please contact email@example.com.
The program is as follows. This is a 90-minute class designed for educators:
Presenters Fumiyo Iwadachi and Ami Nishiyama are coming from Handa City near Nagoya, Japan. Nishiyama also has a Chinese tea master license along with a Baisa-ryu school Sencha license. She will perform Chinese tea ceremony when they talk about the history of tea.
Department of Foreign Languages