小笠原流 和食の作法～Ogasawara-Style Japanese Dining Etiquette
場所： 料理旅宿 井筒安
主催： NPO法人小笠原流 小笠原教場
Today, various types of menus are available and there are many different ways of eating Japanese cuisine. Ogasawara style is a type of Japanese cuisine from the Kamakura period. This style involves Kyuuhou, a traditional method was taught to the Shogun during this time. It is composed of three concepts; manners, archery and mounted archery. We will introduce and explore the traditional method of eating Ogasawara style cuisine while observing the Ogasawara dining etiquette.
Please come to Izuyasu Ryokan for a fun and educational experience in which you can learn traditional manners through enjoying delicious food.
English interpreters is resident in the venue.
Content: At first, we will introduce how to drink tea, use chopsticks, open and hold a lid of a bowl, and the order in which you should eat meals. After that, you can learn the Ogasawara style etiquette while sitting comfortably and eating Japanese style meals.
Teacher: Ogasawara Kiyomoto (31st heir of Ogasawara Kiyotada)
Date: 30st April 2015
Time: 12:00~14:00 (arrival 11:30am)
Place: Izuyasu Ryokan
Participation fee: 5,000 yen (includes booklets introducing the Ogasawara
style and the Japanese dining etiquette)
Number of participants: sold out
Sponsor: Ogasawara Ryu NPO