Revitalizing Global Teams by Learning traditional Japanese beauty through Tea Ceremony
Pharmaceutical Company B
After the calligraphy experience and the visit to Kanda Myojin Shrine, the 26 global members, including foreigners, were then seated again in the hall for the tea ceremony experience.
The tea ceremony instructor greeted the participants and explained the basic principles of the tea ceremony called ‘Wakeiseijaku‘ -The four most important elements of a tea ceremony such as harmony, respect, purity and tranquility.
Two participants went up on stage as guests to demonstrate the tea ceremony. The instructor performed the tea ceremony with commentary.
All other participants received a cup of tea and sweets.
At the end of the session, we had time for questions. The foreign participants seemed to be very interested in the tea ceremony.
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