Peach Blossom Tea Party
桃の節句茶会
Japanese Tea Ceremony and Picnic

 

This is a special annual Tea Party celebrating the beauty of spring with bento box and tea ceremony under peach blossoms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sunday, March 6th, 2022  1pm to 3:30pm
Suggested Donation:
$40 for Temple Associate (Free Invitation for SUN & UNIVERSE member)
$45 for non-Associate
Reservation required.
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​​Location: Organic Farm in Orangevale, California
(address will be sent to you after registration)


We will be serving healthy & delicious organic Hanamatsuri Sushi Bento box and Amazake/nonalcoholic sake before the Tea Ceremony. Enjoy ceremonial green tea (non-caffeine tea is also available) and traditional tea confection under peach blossoms.

 

Online Reservation: Click here to reserve your seat.

Reservation by check or cash:  Email us for information

Dress Code: Spring Colors
At Temple KUKURI, we are celebrating the beauty of spring and the energy of playful feminine energy in all of us to connect to the EARTH. Please wear your favorite spring color clothes to the tea ceremony. 

About Japanese Peach Blossom Festival
The Japanese Peach Blossom Festival is a special day for young women in Japan. Otherwise known as Hina Matsuri or Japanese Girl’s Day, this special tradition is held each year on March 3.
On this day, young girls decorate their homes with fresh peach blossoms. The peach is a symbol of long life, and the Japanese believe it carries the traits of composure, tranquility and gentility. Peach blossoms are also a symbol of a happy marriage, and young women place them in their homes for good luck and happiness when they get married. On Hina Matsuri day, time is taken to bestow wishes for good fortune and marriage in the future to young women in the family.
Then, these young women dress up in special clothing and honor the elaborately dressed dolls that have been set up on a special tiered display covered in red cloth. People eat special food such as colorful sushi, clam soup, and sweet rice cakes, and they pray for girls’ happiness, health and beauty.

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