On the last evening of the year, people throughout the world whose hearts incline towards tea gather around the sunken hearth to reflect on the passing year and anticipate the new. In addition to tea and sweets, guests will receive a bowl of toshikoshi soba (buckwheat noodles) to ensure continued good fortune and a long life.
Space must be reserved in advance and reservations secured with a check. Please call 415.433.6553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
A guest shared her impressions of the chaji on the Urasenke Foundation's website: http://www.urasenke.org/events/archive/asachaji2016June.php So many wonderful memories!
On July 5, an interview with Hounsai Daisosho sama will be broadcast on an episode of "Direct Talk" on NHK World TV.
Please see the attached images for more detailed information in both English and Japanese.
The interview will be made available online as well:...
Zabosai Oiemoto-sama: Lecture
We are pleased to offer the text of the lecture given by
Zabosai Oiemoto-sama on the occasion of the Urasenke San Francisco Joint Anniversary, April 2012.