Japanese Tea Ceremony with GSU students on March 15, 2013

I had a Japanese Tea Ceremony class in Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Georgia State University (GSU) on March 15, 2013 before having made a presentation on my research activities in the United States in front of professors in GSU. It was a lot of fun for me to enjoy Japanese Tea Ceremony with GSU students. They were very good at Kyakudemae (客点前) with refined manners.

I made a presentation and introduced Japanese Tea Ceremony for the GSU students for
fifteen minutes with PowerPoint as follows before demonstration and enjoying tea ceremony for 45 minutes. I appreciate Dr. Yuki Takatori who allowed me to have such a wonderful time with GSU students.

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(c) Akiko Sato

Japanese Class of Dr. Yuki Takatori, Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Georgia State University

Japanese Class of Dr. Yuki Takatori, Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Georgia State University

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Japanese Class of Dr. Takatori, Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Georgia State University

Preparing Japanese sweets for the Japanese tea ceremony

Preparing Japanese sweets for the Japanese tea ceremony

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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