Sun, Jan
27

A night of Shodo and Shojin

5:00pm – 8:00pm
¥12,000 (advance sales)

A night of traditional Japanese craft, this event combines calligraphy, meditation and Shojin Ryouri. The evening will begin with a chance to create your own resolution word for 2019 with a Shodo Master. Next, there will be a sesame-grinding meditation session followed by a 5-course traditional zen meal. Fully vegetarian, Shojin-ryouri is a traditional Buddhist cuisine featuring seasonal ingredients. The meal will be accompanied by a limited edition bottle of Issho Sake from Niigata to enjoy. Tickets are available online so please book in advance.

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