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Chawan: Tea Bowls of the Japanese Tea Ceremony

September 16, 2019 - October 12, 2019

photograph of chawan - Japanese tea bowls

Sadou, the traditional Japanese tea ceremony, is a cornerstone of Japanese culture.  One of the most important utensils in a tea ceremony is the chawan, or tea bowl, since the green tea called matcha is made in and drank from the chawan.  In Japanese ceramics, nothing is held in higher esteem than the chawan.  Shofu Kai has been studying what makes the old, traditional chawan so valuable and cherished.  This exhibit is presented by Shofu Kai, a group of ceramists at the Hawai’i Potter’s Guild who meet to study and learn about the artistry of Japanese tea ceremony utensils.

The exhibit will be on display in the library’s front lobby, during regular library hours.

If you need an auxiliary aid/service or other accommodation due to a disability, please contact the library at least 7 days prior to the program date.  We will make every attempt to fulfill all requests for accommodations.  All programs are subject to change.  For a list of upcoming library events, visit www.librarieshawaii.org/events.

Details

Start:
September 16, 2019
End:
October 12, 2019
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Organizer

Art, Music & Recreation Section
Phone:
586-3520

Island

Oahu

Recommended for

Adults, Families

Branch

Oahu – Hawaii State Library
478 S King St
Honolulu, HI 96813 United States
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Phone:
808-586-3500