Two days of Japanese food, fun and culture hosted by
Chicago Japanese American Council.
Hope to see you there.
10 am - 2 pm (Tea presentation time TBA)
Please confirm with CBG website for the location of event
Two days of Japanese culture and fun
10 am - 2 pm (Tea presentation 10:30 am)
Please confirm with CBG the location of event
We are thrilled to be a part of these days of free family fun at the beautiful Chicago Botanic Garden.
Each year, around March 28th, Urasenke members throughout the world host a memorial tea gathering for Sen Rikyu (1591). Rikyu's aesthetics and teachings are the foundation of Chanoyu as we know it today. This year, we are happy to be holding our Rikyuki at the Japanese Information Center of the Japanese Consulate in downtown Chicago.
All are welcome.
No RSVP necessary.
Free and open to the public
Tea and sweets for all
Some parking fees apply
Japanese Information Center
737 North Michigan Ave.
Suite 1000 (10th floor)
Chicago, IL 60611
In January, association members, family, and friends shall welcome in 2018, the year of the Dog, with a tea gathering. Tea will be prepared and the tokonoma will be decorated for the New Year. Everyone will be served a special new year sweet and a bowl of matcha. Following the tea presentation, there will be a Japanese New Year Bento (boxed lunch) and sake toast.
Please check with you teacher or association member for more details.
Fee: $30 + $20 annual membership fee (for members)
$35 only (non-members)