Tomori Nagamoto is also known as an expert in the tea ceremony. He will be performing at two charity events in the coming weeks dedicated to the victims of the March 11, 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. Please visit event’s page for more infos and contact the organizers to RSVP
Thursday March 8th
Keep Six Exhibits present UCHI, Fundraiser and Exhibition
9pm: Special traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony will be performed by artists Tomori Nagamoto, to honour those who have been affected by the tsunami.
Keep Six Exhibits present UCHI, Fundraiser and Exhibition in Honour of the One Year Anniversary of the Japanese Tsunami Purchase a vintage Japanese mug for $20. Proceeds to support Red Cross tsunami relief in Japan.
Location: 134 Ossington Ave.
Opening reception: Thursday March 8th, 6 to 11pm
Duration of exhibition: Thursday March 8 to Sunday 11th, 2012
Friday March 16th
The CJS presents movie night and a Commemorative Tea Ceremony
The Canada Japan Society, as our March Movie Night at the National Film Board, is proud to present Yoichi Higashi’s heartwarming and comedic “My Grandpa”. The evening will also feature a commemorative Tea Ceremony dedicated to the victims of the March 11, 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. The ceremony will be performed by Tea Master Tomori Nagamoto with Kyoko Nitta, members of the Urasenke Tea Ceremony Society.
Location: The National Film Board Theatre, 150 John Street (at Richmond)
7 PM Start
CJS Members $5, Non-Members $10