Instructor of Japanese tea ceremony.
Both her grandmother and her great grandmother were ikebana (flower arrangement) artists and she has been learning kimono dressing and the tea ceremony since she was a child at her house from her mother. She studied European History and culture at the Japan Women’s University before starting teaching..
Her desire is to perform the tea ceremony to spread Japanese culture around the world. In 2006 she opened Iku Tea Ceremony School in Kanagawa prefecture. In January 2016 she performed the tea ceremony at The Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo and in June she performed for the ambassadors of UNESCO in Paris, as well as at The Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo in November. In 2017 she opened Iku Tea Ceremony school at The Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo.
- Kamiaso, Aso-ku, Kawasaki-City, Kanagawa Pref., 215-0021
Seven minute walk from Odakyu Odawara Line Shin Yurigaoka station
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