Do you know the person who created the opportunity to spread the charm of sencha to the common people?
In the latter half of the Edo period, an old man named "Baisao" spread sencha in an innovative way at that time.
The mid-Edo period painter "Ito Jakuchu", who was devoted to Baisao's sencha, left behind a portrait of Baisao and a "skull figure" that is said to be a portrait of the two. I am.
Kyoto Hozoji , which holds the skull figure.
"Gengen-an" is said to have been the last Baisao to set up. "
Welcoming Mr. Hidehiro Kojima, the chief priest of Hozoji Temple, Mr. Hirotoshi Maruwaka, the presiding officer, will talk about valuable stories about Baisao and Ito Jakuchu, Skull Figure and Hozoji Temple.
Please join us with a cup of tea.
Ito Jakuchu and
Date: May 30, 2021 (Sun)
Time: 20: 00-21: 00
Anyone can participate by prior application
* ZOOM (< An account of t32> https://zoom.us/jp-jp/meetings.html
◉ The pioneer who spread sencha, "Baisao"?
◉ GEN GEN AN What is the origin of the illusion?
◉ Ito Jakuchu and Baisao. What is the "skull figure" created by the encounter between the two?
◉ "Skull figure" and a surprising story of Hozoji
* ZOOM talk session is a pre-registration system, and anyone can participate.
* If you apply from the Google Form below, we will send you the ZOOM URL by email in advance.