Let us help you if you are looking for lesson tools for either!
We runs a school of Chadō /cha-no-yu (Japanese tea ceremony) and IKEBANA (Japanese flower arrangement) at our place in Tokyo, Japan.
The house we grew up in was (and still is) a school for both Chadō and IKEBANA.
We still wears kimono's regularly as part of our normal lifestyle-often for work.
We had no idea how popular Chadō was until we started this shop. Our customers tell us how it's appreciated in each country -- we find those stories very interesting.
We learned that people have trouble finding accessaries for tea ceremony -- they have only limited kinds of kaishi paper, consumable items and other small, but convenient accessaries -- so we started selling those items at the shop.
If you are looking for
any Japanese goods, or
simply interested in them,
we are happy to hear from you.