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About the East-West Chanoyu Center

The East-West Chanoyu Center (EWCC) is a diverse community
of members who find commonality in the universal values and
friendship that chanoyu offers.

EWCC provides members opportunities to study chanoyu
through community and university classes and participate in
seasonal chanoyu tea gatherings (chakai).

EWCC promotes an understanding of the culture of tea by
hosting events for organizations throughout the region.  Please
contact EWCC to arrange a chanoyu presentation for your special
occasion.

INSTRUCTORS

Bonnie Soshin Mitchell
Timothy Sowa Olson

see also:
The Way of Tea- The Urasenke Chanoyu Tradition
The Seattle Japanese Garden
The Seattle Japanese Garden Shoseian Teahouse
The Legacy of the Japanese Garden in Seattle
The Seattle Art Museum Ryokusuian Teahouse
GRAND MASTERS

Fourteenth-Generation
Tantansai Sekiso
(1893-1964)

Fifteenth-Generation
Hounsai Genshitsu
(1923-       )

Sixteenth-Generation
Zabosai Soshitsu
(1956-       )
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TEA
Ceremony

TEA Art

TEA Culture
Contact EWCC:  5125 40th Avenue N.E., Seattle, WA 98105  (206) 328 6018  mitchell@urasenkeseattle.org
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C H A N O Y U  C E N T E R
Consul General Kiyokazu
Ota 2012 Commorative
Award presented to EWCC
Director Bonnie Soshin
Mitchell
East-West Chanoyu Center