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Schedule of events from January 30 to February 5, 2023

🧧Club on the Arbat


February 1, Wednesday, 19:00
Lecture "Features of the reconstruction of Japanese medieval tea drinking. Legends. Stories. Historical figures."

Japanese tea ceremony through the eyes of a re-enactor, i.e. a person trying to recreate the action in the form in which it was carried out in antiquity.
At this meeting, we will talk about some significant points that distinguish modern tea from the ancient one: what influenced and determined the order of brewing, what was the daily routine of the tea master, why the Cha-no-ato tradition disappeared, and so on.
Let's talk about some legends and historical figures: why Toyotomi Hideshi sat in a tokonoma and forbade grinding tea before his arrival, how the magical bird Kecho is associated with the tea ceremony, and much more.

Elena Shuvarina is a graduate of the Tea Culture Club in the Hermitage Garden in 2010, the owner of the Etnika Tea House (Astrakhan), a qualifying round finalist and participant in the final Moscow competition Tea Masters Cup 2018, an active member of the Historical Reconstruction Club "Samurai Shimazu" and a large number of international reenactment festivals from Novosibirsk to St. Petersburg.

Participation fee - 1200 rubles (we treat you with tea)


February 5, Sunday, 14:00
Lecture "Japanese tea utensils and connection with Chinese tradition. A reenactor's view of the ancient action"

Questions of tea utensils are of particular interest, because they determine the entire course of the tea ceremony. Consider the mathematics and geometry of the arrangement of tea utensils.
Let's talk about tenmoku bowls, how they came from China and how they were gradually replaced by Japanese-made utensils, but not only about them, but also about tea. Why is it piled up in a “hill” in a tyair, who is the “last guest” and how is he connected with tea producers, etc.

Elena Shuvarina - reenactor, tea master
Participation fee - 1200 rubles (we treat you with tea)

The address:

metro station Arbatskaya and Smolenskaya, Starokonyushenny lane, 43, entrance from the yard, tel. +7 939 843 1135


🧧Club on Bakuninskaya


January 31, Tuesday, 19:00

School of Go. course

Host - Artem Bakin, teacher of Go.

Dates and times:

January 31, Tuesday, 19:00

February 7, Tuesday, 19:00


February 3, Friday, 19:00

Lecture “Yoshiwara: Pleasure Quarter”

How did the Japanese of the Edo period (1603-1868) entertain themselves? Why is Yoshiwara's fun neighborhood the cradle of urban culture? What is the difference between geisha and oiran and tayu?

You will learn the answers to these questions at the lecture “Yoshiwara: Pleasure Quarter”, and it will be conducted by Kamilya Izmailova, a novice specialist in Japan and an orientalist from the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
We will travel back in time to a place where life was in full swing not only in the evenings and where all the Japanese people went in search of entertainment!
Let's talk about the worldly philosophy of that time, look behind the gates of the Yoshiwara public quarter, walk through the tea houses, look with the guests at the exit of the oiran.

Participation fee - 1000 rubles (we treat you with tea)


February 4, Saturday, 12:00
School of Go

For 2 hours of the event, you will plunge into the process of the game, where the goal is to find harmony and balance. Together with the tea ceremony, this will be a pleasant journey into the depths of Asian culture.

Host - Artem Bakin, Go teacher
Participation fee - 1000 rubles, including tea.


For all questions, write to VK or Telegram @MaximShman Maxim


The address:
m. Baumanskaya, st. Bakuninskaya, 14, building 1, 2nd floor, room No. 7 (every day from 11:30 to 22:00)
tel. - +7 925 775-04-66


🧧Club on Malaya Dmitrovka


February 5, Sunday, 12:00-14:00
School of Go

Go is the oldest strategy game that originated in China over 5,000 years ago. In those days, it was a game exclusively of the aristocracy and military leaders, since the peasant people could not comprehend the full depth of its philosophy.
Today, Go is an international sport with many tournaments in Russia and other countries around the world. The rules of the game have remained unchanged to this day. Even a child can master them in a few minutes, when it takes years and an experienced sensei to achieve high mastery.

The course is suitable for both beginners and experienced participants!

Host - Artyom Bakin
Participation fee - 1000 rubles (tea treat included)


The address:

Tea Culture Club, m. Pushkinskaya, st. Malaya Dmitrovka, 24/2 building 2, entrance from the courtyard from the side of the street. Malaya Dmitrovka.
tel. - +7 495 650 24 58, +7 925 695 59 58 (every day from 10:00 to 23:00)


🎸For all questions, write to Telegram @anastas_chu🎸

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