Double Hungarian record attempt, tea art and Japanese drummers on Kálvin Square. On October 18, from 4 p.m. on Kálvin Square, a production of Japanese drummers will open a double Hungarian record attempt. The organizers enlarged traditional Japanese tea art tools to a unique size in Europe. The largest cup in our country and a matcha foaming device are presented, with which a Urasenke tea artist prepares the drink, which is also called the green gold of the Japanese. A free tea tasting awaits those who come to the spectacular show.
A chawan is a wide-mouthed ceramic vessel in which green tea leaves ground into a sieved powder, i.e. matcha, are placed. Hot water is poured over it, then foamed and mixed until lump-free with the help of a chasen made of bamboo.
The outstanding figure of the profession, the Urasenke tea artist Kornélia Rajzó-Kontor, will lead the performance, who will also prepare a special performance for those coming to the event. The Taiko Hungary Japanese Drum Organization ensures an authentic atmosphere in every respect. A perfectly executed performance and spectacular show elements will make the harmonies of the drum performance really effective.
Location: Matcha Tsuki
Date: October 18
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