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About the East West Chanoyu Center

EWCC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational
organization established in Seattle in 1981 by the
Urasenke Foundation of Kyoto, in cooperation with
the University of Washington and the Seattle Japanese
Garden, to transmit the Urasenke tradition of Chanoyu.

The Center is located in a private residence in the
Bryant neighborhood of Seattle near the University
of Washington. The 1,300 square-foot three-story
townhouse has an eight mat and a four-and-a-half
tea room, a table tea room, a small garden
and ample
free street parking.


See instructors:
Bonnie Soshin Mitchell
Timothy Sowa Olson

See also:
About Chanoyu
GRAND MASTERS

Fourteenth-Generation
Tantansai Sekiso
(1893-1964)

Fifteenth-Generation
Hounsai Genshitsu
(1923-       )

Sixteenth-Generation
Zabosai Soshitsu
(1956-       )
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Contact EWCC:  5125 40th Avenue N.E., Seattle, WA 98105  (206) 328 6018  mitchell@urasenkeseattle.org