We are very excited to announce our special group session, “Table “Sado - 茶道,” Japanese Tea Ceremony,” and we cannot wait for you to be a part of this unique "Sado-learning" journey.

These new lessons started on November 1st, and you will get to enjoy them every week.
Do not miss the chance to learn how to enjoy the four seasons in Japan through the tea ceremony special sessions.

If you are on the path of learning Japanese or English, you are more than welcome to join!

What does this course of Japanese Tea Ceremony include?

With the topic of the month being:  “Sado - 茶道”, the Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony”, you will get to enjoy four lessons:

  • Lesson 1:  春 : はじまり/ Spring: The Beginning
  • Lesson 2: 夏 : 深まる / Summer: Deepening
  • Lesson 3:  秋 : 変化する / Autumn: Change
  • Lesson 4:  冬 : まとめと次への準備 / Winter: Summary and Preparation for the Next

You can now enjoy the lessons every Tuesday in November from 8 PM to 9 PM (JST), held by Yuko Morita coach.

If you are not a WE Languages student yet, we encourage you to contact our team now and reserve your seat! ↓

What will I learn from these special lessons?

For Japanese people, the sight of the leaves changing color gracefully is one of the most elegant autumn pleasures.

Did you know that the term “Momiji-hunting” is used to refer to the appreciation of the changing colors of the trees?

The culture of enjoying autumn leaves dates back to the Nara and Heian periods (8th to 12th centuries).
The Manyoshu is the oldest collection of Japanese poetry in Japan, which contains more than 100 poems about maple trees. In the past, aristocrats who would hold parties while viewing the autumn foliage composed waka poems about its beauty.  

Would you like to learn how to write a Waka poem all by yourself?
During our “Sado - 茶道” session, apart from learning how to write Waka poems, you will get a great understanding of Japanese culture as well.

At WE, we believe that to truly be able to understand and speak a language, it is essential to understand its cultural background of it.

Through only four lessons you will learn to identify flowers of each season in Japan, sweets, and annual events. Other important topics include learning how to write waka poems and Zen words that represent spring.
Finally, in these lessons, you will also get introduced to seasonal tea utensils and a demonstration of a style tea ceremony.

Learn about everything that happens in a Japanese tea ceremony and more, all in a relaxed and enjoyable way.

Do not miss out on our upcoming special session; therefore, reserve your seat ahead of time using the link below.↓

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