January 4th, 2016

japanese tea ceremony

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Sunday, January 10th, 2016 at the Ichimura-Miami Japanese Garden 10am to 5pm

  • First Authentic Japanese Tea Ceremony performed in Miami-Dade in more than 20 Years
  • Speech by the Consul General of Japan
  • Learn Ikebana, the Japanese Art of Flower arrangement from Grand Master Mieko Kubota.
  • Martial Arts demonstrations
  • Cosplay fashion show and costume contest.
  • Japanese Music by Yoshiko Taiko Dojo Drummers.
  • Children’s Corner featuring authentic Japanese games, origami, calligraphy, and more.

japanese tea ceremony

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE. Tickets will be going on sale for the Tea Ceremony. Entrance to the Garden is Free

  • 10:00am Doors open! Children’s Corner open all day.
  • 10:30am Taiko Drumming featuring Yoshiko Taiko Dojo
  • 10:45am KIDZ City Martial Arts Sensei Maria Medina and Sensei Ariel Torres
  • 11:15am Tokubukan Kendo, Sensei Moe Becerra
  • 11:45am Taiko Drumming featuring Yoshiko Taiko Dojo
  • 12:00pm Japanese Tea Ceremony: Demonstration Directed by Souyo Ito
  • 12:30pm Consul General Of Japan, Mr. Ken Okiniwa
  • 12:45pm Ikebana demonstration by Ms. Mieko Kubota, Master
  • 1:15pm Taiko Drumming featuring Yoshiko Taiko Dojo
  • 1:30pm Goju Ryu Miami Kenseikan, Robert Young Sensei
  • 2:00pm Japanese Tea Ceremony: Demonstration Directed by Souyo Ito
  • 2:30pm Bas I Karate, Hanshi Newton James
  • 3:00pm Cosplay Talent Show, Florida Cosplay
  • 4:00pm Cosplay Costume Contest, Florida Cosplay
  • 5:00pm Taiko Drumming featuring Yoshiko Taiko Dojo

This event is made possible with the support of Richo, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade Mayor and Board of County Commissioners, Armstrong Ford, Bird Road Subaru, City of Miami Parks, Jungle Island and Lan Pan Asian Cuisine.

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