|EunYoung performs her 1st Tea Ceremony - Sakura blossoms frame the cultural presentation|
|Student EunYoung (L) & her Tea Master, Souheki-san, Tea Whisk|
|Sakura blossom are nature's backdrop; Peony - Chabana and Poem Paper grace the tea table|
|EunYoung tucked the napkin in kimono folds over obi|
|Maria & Judy enjoying tea|
|Souheki-san, me, Mother, and EunYoung and Pink Snow!|
|Guest Judy McLellan, Souheki-san, EunYoung, me, Guest Maria Steinberg & Sakura|
If you want to see more or learn more about Japanese culture, please contact Souheki-san and visit her and EunYoung at the many cultural events held at Stephen Globus’ NYC Washitsu You will be equal parts astonished at the exacting, real-world replica of a Japanese tea-house - in a Gotham penthouse near Union Square! You can also experience Japanese culture in the many exhibits and classes held there, including music, fashion, cuisine, film, fine art, and dance. Enjoy. It’s all so glamorous.
And if you want to host your own very special Tea Ceremony - at home or work - just contact Souheki-san at Tea Whisk!