January 02, 2011

Happy 2011 with lot's of Tea

This year I'm looking to intensify my tea ceremony studies. Last year was so hectic with work and busy private schedules that I often couldn't attend Keiko tea classes. My teacher never complained and is always understanding to my situation and simply looks forward to the next time I CAN come to study tea. Talking about studying tea, I've updated the tea ceremony classes page with new contact information. For all you tea-lovers out there, see if there is someone near you teaching tea or organizing tea gatherings.

 The ritual in Japan is to take it easy at home for the first three days of the new year eating Osechi and soup with rice cake called Ozoni. So finally an opportunity to update some pages on my site. Updated so far are:

Hopefully tea enthusiasts all over the world will enjoy reading and the new pictures.

1 comment:

Latest Car said...

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