On the 11th of March, we had the honour of hosting SUTD’s Japanese Cultural Club, SUTD Nihongo, for an introductory Sado visit, where they were shown a tea ceremony performance, as well as were served tea and sweets. Many questions were asked about the ceremony and Sado in general, and they were able to learn more about Japanese culture through Japanese Tea Ceremony.
On two consecutive Wednesdays and Thursdays on the 1st, 2nd, 8th and 9th of March, NUS Sado Club facilitated the conducting of the Itadakimasu Food Module offered by the Department of Japanese Studies for students this semester. Students were taught the cultural aspects of Sado as well as how to drink tea in a traditional tea room, along with the viewing of the actual performance itself. Goto Sensei and Kodera Sensei came all the way from Japan to help out […]
On the 1st of March, NUS Sado Club visited our sister club NTU Sado Club as part of the NUS-NTU Reciprocal Visits that allow both Enshu Sado Clubs to interact and practice with one another. We were honoured to be served okashi and tea by them, and played games and talked to each other after the performance done by their Vice Presidents. We look forward to future events together!