From the 25th to the 27th January we had our senseis visit us to celebrate the new year by having a hatsugama (初釜, first pot of tea) ceremony. At the same time, we welcome a new tea ceremony equipment to the club, the ro (炉), which is used in ceremonies during winter time.
Sensei’s January visit this year spanned from 13-15th January. Kodera sensei conducted two Hatsugama sessions on Friday and Saturday, allowing both student and alumni members, as well as NTU Sado Club members to experience this rare event. A mini kaiseki osechi meal was served before the Hatsugama service. WSSH Sado Club members and their teachers also visited on Friday evening, with sufficient time for okeiko practice.
Dear all, we will be having a booth at the NUS Student Life Fair at the University Town on 14, 15th (11am-6pm) and 16th August (4.30pm-7pm), where you can talk to us to find out more about what we do. Our sensei/s and Iemoto will be coming the week after that, so you may also join us between the 20th – 24th of August. Do remember to wear white socks (and observe the other decorum on the Practice page), and do fill in […]
Updates on Sensei’s Visit from Japan: Sensei will visit NUS Sado Club on 10th May 2013 to 12th May 2013. Every one please update us on your attendance at the following google doc link as soon as possible! We may have a new sensei coming down to visit us! There will be no Friday practices on 26th April and 3rd May due to ongoing examinations. Alumni Practice on 21st April and 28th April will proceed. To those having Semester exams, Good luck! […]
Thanks to all who chipped in, either by helping out directly or simply making an appearance for Oiemoto’s recent visit. It would not have been possible to make everything run smoothly without you, freshmen, seniors and alumni members alike ^^
We would like to thank all freshies out there who have shown great interest in our club, especially those who came up to us during the NUSJSS welcome tea. As such, we would like to convert this coming Wednesday which we were intending to reserve for cleaning up the room to a welcome tea session instead to show our appreciation for your support. Feel free to pop by between 12 noon and 6pm for a bowl of tea and sweets on […]
We will be doing a short presentation during NUS Japanese Studies Society’s welcome tea. You may register your interest with us on that day itself. For this academic year, we will be adding Wednesday to our usual Friday and Saturday alumni sessions, to cater to a larger pool of students interested in practicing with us as well as those with consistent timetable clashes with our usual Friday sessions. Members are free to come on any of the days, or all if […]
General schedule for Oiemoto’s upcoming visit. 22nd August (Wednesday) – Oiemoto will be flying in to Singapore. No tea ceremony lessons on this day. 23rd August (Thursday) – There is a tea ceremony at the ambassador’s residence so there are no tea ceremony lessons on this day. 24th August (Friday) – 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM – Oiemoto, Miura Sensei, Kodera Sensei and Goto Sensei. 25th August (Saturday) – 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM – Oiemoto, Miura Sensei, Kodera Sensei and Goto […]
Hi all Firstly, I would like to welcome all prospective new members to our club 🙂 This site is in the process of a revamp, hence this short placeholder to let visitors know that we are alive and well. There has been some small scale sado sessions during the holidays and weekend alumni practice went on as usual. In this month of August, we have some events to look forward to, namely the JSS welcome tea where we will be doing a short […]
Last month, the 13th Grandmaster of the Enshu Sado School and three of their esteemed teachers visited the NUS Sado Club to give formal lessons. In addition, the 13th Grandmaster presented certificates to some members who had advanced sufficiently in the art of making tea. Particularly, we would like to congratulate Jennifer Ding for being the second member of the NUS Sado Club to be inducted into the Enshu Sado School. Special thanks to Kodera-sensei for providing the images.