This summer, Sachi Rummel, an experienced Japanese tea ceremony practioner, who studied under the master of the Enshuryu School in Japan, offers Cha no yu or Japanese tea in the Musuem's garden. While serving you a cup of Matcha tea, Sachi will explain the philosophy behind the Japanese tradition. Come and enjoy spiritual enrichment and attain peaceful harmony.
Sachi Rummel moved from Tokyo, Japan to Canada in 1975 and worked as a cultural advisor at Langara College for 15 years. She has hosted numerous tea ceremonies at various institutions, including UBC 's Asian Department, the Vancouver School Board, and North Shore Continuing Education.
Wednesday August 15, 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Session $15.00 per participant. In case of rain, tea will be served in the Museum building.
Call (604) 925-7270 to Register