Rare tea ceremony Saturday

LAWAI — All are welcome to experience a day in the ancient tradition of Japanese tea ceremony from Urasenke Kauai Kyoukai tea association at the Lawai International Center on Saturday at 10:30 a.m., noon, 1:30 or 3 p.m.

This rare event is being held in the Hall of Compassion, a hand-carved structure true to 13th century architecture built with the hands and hearts of the masters from Asia and volunteers from Kauai.

The sounds of the shakuhachi (ancient Japanese flute) by Kyle Chew opens each session.

Due to a limit of 25 seats per session, reservations are required and donations are appreciated.

Info: 651-8893 or www.lawaicenter.org.


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