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Hammond Museum Tea Celemony

Precious Pieces restored shoji screen door for the Japanese Tea Room at the Hammond Museum and the washi parchment door is applied Class A Fire Retardant and konjac reinforced clear coat.

This tearoom was made by tearoom master carpenter in Kyoto, Japan and used by Sen So-oku who is 15th generation of Mushanokoji tea master when he was in the US as Cultural Ambassador.

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Now the tea room is named Ryu Sui Ken and donated to Hammond Museum North Salem, NY. The tearoom was re-constructed in the premises and preserved for future Chakai tea ceremony. The tearoom is located by upscale Japanese stroll garden which opens to public.


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