With core essenses from Japanese culture, J-EDUCATE creates programs to foster future generations through communication and creative abilities as well as cross-cultural sensibilities.
J-EDUCATE develops programs that can be adopted by educational institutions,
involving professionals from all over the world.
Omotesenke Style Tea Ceremony
After a busy day, it is such a pleasure to sit peacefully in a tearoom, listening to the sound of SHOFU and drinking tea. In the United States, traditional Japanese culture can make us nostalgic, but this only increases its value. When I go into the tearoom, I feel the purified air of the tea ceremony. All the senses are reset by this break from our usual schedule. ”Chanoyu Murasaki,” everyone from children to adults can enjoy and benefit from learning the Japanese tea ceremony. We have gatherings to initiate children to the ceremony who have not experienced it before. I would like everyone who lives here to experience this Japanese ritual for themselves and taste the wonderful qualities of Japanese tea.
@J-Collabo 300 7th Street Brooklyn (Park slope) NY
minimum 5 students required
Registration fee $50 for new students
3/12,4/2, 5/7 $135 (one class per month x 3 months)
9/10, 10/15, 11/12 $135 (one class per month x 3 months)
Judo one of Japan’s national sports is being practiced at J-Collobo. Children /Adults are taught how to defend themselves, throw, hold down and submit their opponents (over 13 for submissions). They are part of a great workout and learn the way of Judo.
Classes are conducted for kids
MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY @4:30pm Saturday 11am
Adults Friday 6pmSaturday @noon
Instructor: Barry Friedberg Tuition please visit brooklynjudoacademy.com
All classes at J-COLLABO 300-302 7th ST Brooklyn,NY 11215
To attend the classes or if you have any questions about class in detail.
Please contact to : firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer 10% OFF for J-MEMBER