森田宗恵のお茶クラス

Sokei’s tea class

Chanoyu Japanese tea ceremony classes in San Diego

Make a good tea for your guest.
Hot charcoal should be arranged so the water will boil well.
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Arrange flowers as they are in a field.
Be ready ahead. of time.
Be prepared in case it should rain.
Respect all guests.

Rikyu’s seven rules
利休七則

和敬清寂

“Peacefulness through a bowl of tea.”

There are many reasons why people want to learn the Chanoyu-Japanese tea ceremony.
To drink delicious matcha tea.
To learn about Japanese culture.
To settle and refresh the mind.
To connect with others through tea.
 
The spirit of tea is harmony, respect, purity and tranquility.

Please come and join us in the world of tea.

Our Courses

Experience Courses

one session

This course is designed for those who want to learn how to prepare delicious matcha tea and create an environment to incorporate chanoyu into their daily lives.

Three sessions

This course is designed for those who want to learn how to prepare tea for guests in their daily lives and learn the etiquette of chanoyu.

Five sessions

This course is designed to learn about the history of tea as the essence of Japanese culture and its utensils, and to create an environment in which you can explain and present them to your guests, as well as to learn tea manners.

Member Courses

Regular

Students practice once a week, three times a month throughout the year. They learn tea in the tearoom as a guest as well as as a host.

advanced

For students who have reached a certain level of proficiency, we offer an advanced level class and a Shichijiki-style class.