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◦Gift delivery services ◦Visa and immigration support.The host must prepare the tea to the best of her/his ability for Chanoyu is meant to be a harmonious and tranquil expression of friendship.The Chanoyu demonstrations are under the auspices of the San Francisco/Northern California Chapters of the Ura-Senke and Omote-Senke Schools.They can be seen in the Tateuchi Auditorium within the Nihonmachi Little Friends (NLF) building at 1830 Sutter Street, next to the JCCCNC (where the other cultural events of the Festival will be held).Each session will be about 30 minutes in length, and tea sweets and Matcha tea will be served to seated members of the audience. Since its establishment by Sen Genshitsu Housai zen iemoto in 1981, the Urasenke Foundation, San Francisco Center has provided public service educational programs on Chanoyu and Japanese culture under the direction of Christy A. The Foundation offers the general public an opportunity to learn more about Chanoyu and Japanese culture through direct participation in tea gatherings, lectures, workshops and other events, serve as a resource center for local and visiting scholars and artists, and to offer instructions in Chanoyu.
CHA-NO-YU (literally, hot water for tea), or SA-DÔ (also CHA-DÔ, the Way of Tea), is one of the most highly refined traditional arts of Japan.