KCP Winter 2016 Students Experience the Japanese Tea Ceremony

At KCP International, every student is introduced to the chadou, or traditional tea ceremony, also known as “the Way of Tea.” The traditional Japanese tea ceremony is the result of centuries of meditative, ritualized interaction among host and guests. For the Way of Tea, the year is divided into two main seasons: the sunken hearth (ro) season (the colder months, November to April), and the brazier (furo) season (the warmer months, May to October). It is a wonderful way to get to know the Japanese culture and way of life.

Join the KCP Winter 2016 students as they experience the Way of Tea.

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View more photos of the tea ceremony at KCP Flickr.