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PHILADELPHIA

2017年度表千家同門会米国東部支部講習会および支部総会のお知らせ

皆様にはご健勝にお過ごしのこととお喜び申し上げます

さて、表千家同門会米国東部支部2017講習会・支部総会を下記 の通り開催致しますのでご案内いたします。

講習会とは、先生の元での普段の稽古に加え、家元講師直々の指導を受ける事のできる大変貴重な機会です。
支部では、資格ごとに一般講習会、資格者講習会、教授者講習会を開催しています。

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会場 Princeton Marriott Hotel at Forrestal(100 College Road East, Princeton, NJ 08540)

日程
7月21日(金) 教授者講習会
7月22日(土)     資格者講習会
7月23日(日)    一般講習会

お申込み方法(オンライン)

下記記載のウエブサイトよりお申し込みください。

 

申し込み締切り日 

201777(金

 

講習会については、表千家不審庵の公式ホームページ「茶の湯こころと美/表千家からのご案内」をご覧下さい。http://www.omotesenke.info/effort/03/index.html\

 


市民茶会へのご案内        (2017年7月22日(土)午後4時半−6時)

市民茶会も開催されます。どなたでも参加頂けますので、是非美味しい一服の薄茶を和菓子と共にお召し上がり下さい。

参加申し込み方法については、末尾に付記してあります。

表千家は、初祖・千利休の道統を伝える本家として、400有余年、「正統を守る」という一筋を貫き、14代の永きにわたりその伝統を受け継いで参りました。表千家同門会は、表千家茶道を習う同門の会で、茶の湯の継承普及をもって、微力ながらも日本文化の発展につとめております。日本53支部、米国4支部、会員16万人を擁し、世界25ヶ国で1,500名をこえる会員が文化交流に寄与しております。

ニューヨークからフロリダに至る米国東海岸地域で活動する「同門会米国東部支部」は、表千家京都本部から宗匠がプリンストンNJを訪れる機会に市民茶会を企画致しました。緑に溢れる大学町プリンストンにて、米国に息づく茶の湯の心と美にふれて頂くことができればと願っております。

ぜひとも、ご来駕くださいますよう、ここにご案内申しあげます。

市民茶会:

* 京都不審庵家元の先生によるデモンストレーション

*  呈茶 (お客様へ薄茶を一服差し上げます)

* 宗匠のお話

* 質疑応答

日時: 2017年7月22日(土)午後4時半−6時

場所: Princeton Marriott at Forrestal

100 College Road East, Princeton, New Jersey 08540

Tel:609-452-7800

参加費: $5(任意の寄付)

お申し込み方法: オンラインにて

下記記載のウエブサイトよりお申し込みください。

https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=fae2cd

お申し込み締切り日:2017年7月15日(土)

会場では、椅子席を用意しておりますので、どうぞお気軽にご参加ください。


The 2017 Omotesenke Domonkai US Eastern Region Study Session and General Meeting 

Place:

Princeton Marriott Hotel at Forrestal(100 College Road East, Princeton, NJ 08540)

Schedule:
July 21, 2017 (Friday) Kyojusha (Active Teachers) Study Session
July 22, 2017 (Friday) Shikakusha (Certificate Holders) Study Session
July 23, 2017 (Sunday) Study Session for General Members

Reservations:

https://secure.acceptiva.com/ ?cst=c2ba57

Due by July 7, 2017

 

In addition to a student’s regular study with his or her teacher, the annual Study Session is an opportunity to receive instruction directly from an instructor delegated by Headquarters.
The Eastern Region has established separate Sessions for active teachers, certificate holders and general members.

For information about Study Sessions, please seethe Official HP of Omotesenke Fushinan, below:
http://www.omotesenke.info/english/effort/03/index.html

 


Public Tea

This year the Omotesenke Domonkai’s “USA Eastern Region”, stretching from New York to Florida, is holding its annual Public Tea Gathering in Princeton, NJ on the occasion of the visit of a Tea master from the Omotesenke Headquarters in Kyoto, Japan,. We would like to extend to you this opportunity to experience Tea right here in Princeton and to make contact with the spirit and beauty of Tea that is alive here in the United States.

As the main family charged with handing down the principles of our founder, Sen no Rikyu, Omotesenke has transmitted that tradition over fourteen generations, more than 400 years. Omotesenke Domonkai is the association of students of Omotesenke Tea. We attempt to contribute to the development of Japanese culture by passing on Chanoyu. Our 160,000 members are organized into 53 Regions in Japan and 4 Regions in the USA, with 1,500 members intimately involved in cultural exchange in another 25 countries.

We hope you will come to enjoy a bowl of tea with us.

Ryuji Ueno

President

Omotesenke Domonkai USA Eastern Region

  • Tea demonstration by a Master from Omotesenke headquarters in Kyoto.
  • A bowl of tea with sweets, will be served to each participant.
  • A talk by the Tea Master.
  • A Question and answer period

 

Date:  July 22, 2017 (Saturday)

Time  4:30 – 6:00 PM

Fee    $5.00 (Suggested contribution)

Place:    Princeton Marriott at Forrestal

100 College Road East, Princeton, New Jersey 08540

Tel:609-452-7800

Dress Code: Business casual

Reservations:

Please let us know if you can join us by responding thru the website address below

by July 15 (Saturday)

https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=fae2cd

 Contact::eastern.usa@omotesenke.us

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

松風荘表千家同門会市民茶会
Tea for Philadelphia Shofuso Public Tea

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden is a traditional-style Japanese house and nationally-ranked garden in Philadelphia’s West Fairmount Park.
Shofuso was built in Japan in 1953 using traditional techniques and materials and exhibited in the courtyard at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. It was moved to Philadelphia in 1958, to the site of several previous Japanese structures dating to the 1876 Centennial Exposition. In 2007, internationally renowned artist Hiroshi Senju, inspired by waterfalls, donated 20 murals to Shofuso. A viewing garden with koi pond and island, a tea garden and a courtyard garden comprise the 17th century-style Japanese walled and fenced garden.
The members of the Omotesenke School of Tea in Philadelphia invite you to join us for a bowl of tea. With the beautiful Shofuso tea house and Shoin room in the main house as the backdrop, we want to share our love of the art of Tea (chanoyu, the Tea Ceremony).

May 27 (Saturday) 2017

Thin Tea in the Shoin room of the main house.
(Chairs are available for the Shoin service)
11:15 Domon-kai Members Seating
1:00 Open Seating
2:30 Open Seating
Thick Tea in the Tea Room
(called the Masudoko seki. Tatami only)
12:00 Domon-kai Members seating
1:00 Open Seating
2:30 Open Seating
3:45 Domon-kai Members seating
For tickets. please contact the Shofuso: www.shofuso.com
Shofuso Japanese House and Garden:
Horticultural and Lansdowne Drives, Philadelphia, PA 19131
Phone: 215-878-5097
Domon-kai Members, please contact Kiyoko Heineken, kiyokoh@Princeton.edu
May 21 (Saturday), 2016

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden is a traditional-style Japanese house and nationally-ranked garden in Philadelphia’s West Fairmount Park.

Shofuso was built in Japan in 1953 using traditional techniques and materials and exhibited in the courtyard at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. It was moved to Philadelphia in 1958, to the site of several previous Japanese structures dating to the 1876 Centennial Exposition. In 2007, internationally renowned artist Hiroshi Senju, inspired by waterfalls, donated 20 murals to Shofuso. A viewing garden with koi pond and island, a tea garden and a courtyard garden comprise the 17th century-style Japanese walled and fenced garden.

The members of the Omotesenke School of Tea in Philadelphia invite you to join us for a bowl of tea. With the beautiful Shofuso tea house and Shoin room in the main house as the backdrop, we want to share our love of the art of Tea (chanoyu, the Tea Ceremony).

May 21 (Saturday)

Thin Tea in the Shoin room of the main house. (Chairs are available for the Shoin service)

11:15 Domon-kai Members Seating

1:00   Open Seating

2:30   Open Seating

Thick Tea in the Tea Room (called the Masudoko seki. Tatami only)

12:00 Domon-kai Members seating

1:00   Open Seating

2:30   Open Seating

3:45   Domon-kai Members seating

For tickets. please contact the Shofuso: www.shofuso.com

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden:

Horticultural and Lansdowne Drives, Philadelphia, PA 19131

Phone: 215-878-5097

Domon-kai Members, please contact Kiyoko Heineken, kiyokoh@Princeton.EDU

PHILADELPHIA

松風荘表千家同門会市民茶会
Tea for Philadelphia Shofuso Public Tea

PA_051415Shofuso Japanese House and Garden is a traditional-style Japanese house and nationally-ranked garden in Philadelphia’s West Fairmount Park.

Shofuso was built in Japan in 1953 using traditional techniques and materials and exhibited in the courtyard at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. It was moved to Philadelphia in 1958, to the site of several previous Japanese structures dating to the 1876 Centennial Exposition. In 2007, internationally renowned artist Hiroshi Senju, inspired by waterfalls, donated 20 murals to Shofuso. A viewing garden with koi pond and island, a tea garden and a courtyard garden comprise the 17th century-style Japanese walled and fenced garden.

The members of the Omotesenke School of Tea in Philadelphia invite you to join us for a bowl of tea. With the beautiful Shofuso tea house and Shoin room in the main house as the backdrop, we want to share our love of the art of Tea (chanoyu, the Tea Ceremony).

October 3, 2015 (Saturday)

Thin Tea in the Shoin room of the main house. (Chairs are available for the Shoin service)
11:15 Domon-kai Members Seating
1:00 Open Seating
2:30 Open Seating

Thick Tea in the Tea Room (called the Masudoko seki. Tatami only)
12:00 Domon-kai Members seating
1:00 Open
2:30 Open
3:45 Omotesenke Members seating

For tickets. please contact the Shofuso: www.shofuso.com

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden:
Horticultural and Lansdowne Drives, Philadelphia, PA 19131
Phone: 215-878-5097

Domon-kai Members, please contact Kiyoko Heineken, kiyokoh@Princeton.EDU