Sado-Omote Senke Tea Ceremony

The Seishin-an Tea House provides an authentic environment for students learning to perform the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Master Soei Chieko Mihori of the Omote Senke School introduces her students to an art which is central to the Japanese culture. The tea ceremony changes from month to month and from season to season. Attending a Tea Ceremony Workshop (offered in November, January and March) is required for those who have never taken a Tea Ceremony class but wish to start studying sado.


2-week sessions
Sundays, individual appointments
begin at 10:15am
, for registration please contact 561-495-0233 x.210
Cost: $55 (Members $50)
To take this class, you must first take the Tea Ceremony Workshop.
Instructor: Chieko Mihori

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NOTE: Online registrations will be available September 22. To register by phone call 561-495-0233 ext. 210.

Class Schedule (in 2-week sessions)
Choose from the 2014-2015 dates below.
Oct. 12 & 26
(Please note that the Oct. 19th date advertised in the Education brochure has changed to Oct. 12)
Nov. 2 & 16
Dec. 7 & 21
Jan. 4 &18
Feb. 8 & 15
 Mar. 8 & 22
Apr. 12 & May 3
May 17 & 31
Jun. 7 & 21
Meet Your Instructor

Instructor Chieko Mihori, OmoteSenke School, has made a lifelong study of the tea ceremony. Since the dedication of the Seishin-an Tea House in 1993, individual tea ceremony lessons have been offered. Under the accomplished direction of Chieko Mihori, this unique opportunity to study a traditional art continues.

Instructor Chieko Mihori is also a Sogetsu teacher of the highest rank and recipient of several Sogetsu awards of distinction. Soei is her professional teacher name. She has studied with Sogetsu founder, Sofu Teshigahara, his daughter, Kasumi, and his son, Hiroshi, late headmaster of the Sogetsu School. Mrs. Mihori is an ardent instructor and supporter of The Morikami since its founding.
Additional information on registration can be found in the policy and cancellation form and waiver form.