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ke;kei (komichi) of 1,000 generations "enjoys incense smelling and weak tea"

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Date Saturday, October 8, 2016
From 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 (reception desk start 4:15 p.m.)
Place Kioicho Shimizudani Park "*koen" (2-1, Kioicho)
Access Hanzomon Line, Namboku Line "Nagatacho Station" five minutes
Marunouchi Line, Ginza Line "Akasakamitsuke" five minutes
Yurakucho Line "Kojimachi Station" seven minutes
JR "Yotsuya Station" nine minutes
Fee 5,500 yen (for one person)
Only in the case of incense smelling, it is 4,800 yen
Capacity Around 5-10 people
Sponsorship ke;kei of 1,000 generations
Application amor3035logos@gmail .com (deadline October 6)
  English translation

Event contents

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We say, "we hear" without saying that we smell incense by incense smelling (incense smelling). 烓 comes in scented wood produced after time of several thousand years for several hundred years and appreciates the fragrance under the literal theme.
Old various tradition is felt in in the background Japanese sense of the seasons or old tales and history.
Nobunaga Oda, Ieyasu Tokugawa enjoyed this fragrance, too. It is one of the Japanese representative culture to continue from the times of General Ashikaga in the 15th century.
Design coloring this handbill is figure of "Genji incense" which featured the theme of "The Tale of Genji", and this design is known worldwide.
Please experience the world of fragrance that Japanese loved for a long time, the world of image "Seeing is believing".
Please taste Matcha and Japanese sweet to trace of incense.



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