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Mar 18, 2009

Authentic tearoom from Japan + large washi parchment sheet exhibited at Yale art gallery until April 26.

- runs until April 26, 2009 and illuminates the importance of Japanese tea culture and examines the ways in which it has evolved over the centuries.
This is one of the most comprehensive exhibitions of Japanese tea culture ever presented by an American museum. It includes Zen-inspired Architectural Parchment works, Premium Parchment #07-Awa / Bubbling Brook, as the signage.

The Location : The Yale University Art Gallery was Louis I. Kahn's first significant commission and is widely considered his first architectural masterpiece. It is on 1111 Chapel Street (at York Street), New Haven, Connecticut.

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also you are invited to a special lectures, tea demonstration and services .
*To register:

This is a great chance to appreciate great architecture in person, experience Washi first hand, and learn more about Japanese culture at the same time.
Precious Pieces
Architectural Parchment for Interior Design
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tel(212) 682-8505 fax(212) 682-6004
Precious Pieces has an account with Smithsonian Institution and others and listed under one of the five superior Japanese Crafts business in NYC by General Consulate of Japan.



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