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Japanese Incense and Tea Experience

4件のレビューを獲得し、5つ星中 5.0つ星の評価を受けています。シアトル、アメリカ

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Kanjinさんがホストする体験

2時間
食事、ドリンク、器具・設備を含む
最大6人
ガイド言語:英語

体験できること

During this experience, you’ll have the rare opportunity to see and smell multiple rare types of incense in the Japanese tradition of Koh-Do, The Way of Incense. You will purify yourself at a water basin before entering the tea room, where you will learn how to receive Japanese matcha tea in the traditional manner of Chanoyu, or The Way of Tea. Through this experience, you will have a rare chance to look into the secrets of these ancient ceremonies, which help us realize peace and tranquility in our turbulent modern lives.

料金に含まれるもの

  • 食べ物
    Japanese Traditional Tea Sweet
  • ドリンク
    Food, drinks.
  • 用具
    We will give you a special ofuda (tailisman), as is traditional when you vi...
$50から
1人あたり

ホストはKanjinさん

2015年からAirbnbホスト
  • レビュー4件
  • 本人確認済み
Hi. I'm Kanjin, a member of the Atlas Obscura community.

I'm the head Buddhist priest and founder of Seattle Choeizan Enkyoji Nichiren Buddhist Temple, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. At the age of 18, I began studying Buddhism and eventually became a priest of the Nichiren Shu tradition. For the past ten years, I’ve studied with Bonnie Mitchell Sensei and Tim Olson in the Urasenke tradition of Japan. I have special permission and formal licenses to share and instruct others the traditions of incense and tea within our lineage.
Hi. I'm Kanjin, a member of the Atlas Obscura community.

I'm the head Buddhist priest and founder of Seattle Choeizan Enkyoji Nichiren Buddhist Temple, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. At the age of 18, I began studying Buddhism and eventually became a priest of the Nichiren Shu tradition. For the past ten years, I’ve studied with Bonnie Mitchell Sensei and Tim Olson in the Urasenke tradition of Japan. I have special permission and formal licenses to share and instru…
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団体について: Seattle Choeizan Enkyoji Nichiren Buddhist Temple



Our nonprofit organization is a Buddhist Temple of the Nichiren Shu tradition, based in Japan. Our mission, is to help our communittee by supporting people to realize their full potential and spiritual capability.

こちらは社会貢献体験です。参加費は全額、「Seattle Choeizan Enkyoji Nichiren Buddhist Temple 」に寄付されます。

実施場所

This event will be conducted in the transformed space of our urban Buddhist Temple. You will be led through multiple rooms made of Japanese shoji paper screens and Japanese tatami straw mats. Although our temple is located deep in the heart of urban Chinatown, you’ll experience a peaceful and uplifting adventure that will bring you more deeply into the present.

4件のレビューを獲得し、5つ星中 5.0つ星の評価を受けています。

Ellen
2019年12月
The experience makes you feel like you are actually in the real situation. Kanjin is an absolutely wonderful person, very knowledgeable, and patient. It gave me a rare insight into tradition and culture and it was fun :) I left feeling a lightness of heart.
The experience makes you feel like you are actually in the real situation. Kanjin is an absolutely wonderful person, very knowledgeable, and patient. It gave me a rare insight into…
Alex
2019年11月
Excellent experience. Kanjin has a multicultural perspective coupled with a deep understanding of Buddhism and the associated tea ceremony. His approach was one of warmth, good humor, and intelligence.
Joy
2019年11月
Great
Ann
2019年11月
Wonderful experience with a knowledgeable, humble, funny, and gifted teacher.

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    キャンセルポリシー

    お支払い後24時間以内、あるいは体験開始の7日前までは、どの体験もキャンセル可能な上に、全額返金されます。

    ゲスト要件

    18歳以上の方6名まで参加できます。

    ほかのヒントも見る

    Please tell us if you have any allergies or dietary issues. Also, if you are unable to sit on the ground we will prepare a chair for you.

    必要な持ち物

    Please wear clean white socks or tradtional Japanese tabi socks. Also, this is a Buddhist Temple, so please wear appropiate and respectful clothing.