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Azuma Intercultural Club To Present Tea Ceremony

Author: Author unknown, Issue: October 1996, Topic: Events

The Azuma Intercultural Club will perform the tea ceremony at the Sakura Minkaen, the reproduction of an ancient farm house located between Azuma Elementary School and the Expo Center) on Thursday, October 24, between 10:30 am and 2 pm. There is a 600 yen fee for the lunch provided along with a 200 yen fee for the tea. You can even try on a beautiful kimono. So come on out and bring your children and friends. In order to know how much to prepare, the club is asking those interested to let them know if they are coming. Call Kikuchi at 52-0254, Takezawa at 53-7860 or Onuki at 52-31

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