4.00PM - 5.00PM
Venue: Haldane's, Andrew Miller Building, University of Stirling
The tea-ceremony will be performed by Mio Shapley, a qualified master of Urasenke Tea Ceremony, who studied with master Yoshiko Noda. "Cha-no-yu: The Way of Tea" is a traditional Japanese living art form and originated in 16th century Japan. The 4 principals of the Tea Ceremony are Harmony, Respect, Purity and Tranquility. It synthesizes the arts of flower arrangement, calligraphy, poetry, pottery, kimono and philosophy into a way of life.
This event is part of the University of Stirling's Japan Week 2017. The event is free to attend and open to all, but places should be booked in advance here.