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Feeling through expirience.

Tea ceremonySen-no Rikyu is the tea master who invented one of the ancient traditional Japanese cultures known as “Sado”. He inherited the methods of the tea ceremony from his predecessors and made “Sado” during the Sengoku and Azuchi-momoyama Periods...

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CalligraphyIn Shodo, there are many types of styles such as Kaisho, Gyosho, and Sosho which are used for writing Kanji.
In Japan, the Kanji characters, originally from China, were spread in the Yayoi period...

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Flower arrangementThe seasons and the harmony are important elements in Ikebana or “Kado” the way of flower arrangement. Kado was established in mid-Muromachi period by a monk from Rokkakudou Kyoto called Senkei Ikenobou...

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Introduction of SASAGIRIAN

“Sasagirian” is a place to learn Japanese traditional tea ceremony, flower arrangement, and calligraphy.
Through experiencing Japanese traditional culture, you will also learn cultural history and the culture of hospitality called “Omotenashi”.
“Sasagirian” is located in Kibogaoka, a space surrounded by mountains, greenery and flowers, and is a surprise for all who visit.
With the guidance of each instructor, you will sense tranquil moments of “Wabi-Sabi” the Japanese sense of beauty.
Some of the charms in Sasagirian include being able to sense and experience Japanese and Ryukyu style sweets in tea ceremony class,
Okinawan tropical flowers in flower arrangement class, and the heart of Ryukyu in calligraphy class.
The lessons can be offered to tourists in both Japanese and English.
At Sasagirian you can spend serene, tranquil moments in a traditional Japanese tearoom tucked away in a quiet corner of Kibogaoka.

Sasagirian is located in “Kibogaoka”, a space surrounded by mountains, greenery and flowers, and is a surprise for all who visit. “Sasagirian” is a place to learn Japanese traditional tea ceremony, flower arrangement, and calligraphy. Through experiencing Japanese traditional culture, you will also learn cultural history and the culture of hospitality called “Omotenashi”.

With the guidance of each instructor, you will sense tranquil moments of “Wabi-Sabi” the Japanese sense of beauty. The lessons can be offered to tourists in both Japanese and English.

At Sasagirian you can spend serene, tranquil moments in a traditional Japanese tearoom tucked away in a quiet corner of Kibogaoka.

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Facility introduction

The lessons can be offered to tourists in both Japanese and English. You will sense tranquil moments of “Wabi-Sabi” the Japanese sense of beauty.

People meet through experiences and that will lead to “Ichigo Ichie” (treasure every meetings as it was the last time in your lifetime) the teaching of Sadoh.

SASAGIRIAN

1765-8, Nakama Onna-son, Kunigami-gun, Okinawa, Japan 904-0401
TEL&AX: 098-967-8175

Facility closed through Monday - Wednesday.

6 spaces of free parking available.
(can fit mini-bus)

 

Access:
20 minute drive from Yaka Interchange.
10 - 15 minute drive from Kyoda Interchange.