Yunomi: a form of teacup, typically made from a ceramic material, being taller than wide, with a trimmed or turned foot. Unlike the more formal chawan tea bowl which is used during the Japanese tea ceremony, the yunomi is made for daily (or informal) tea drinking.
Come and join us in celebrating some of the most beautiful and unique pieces of tea -ware and their artisans and come to TEA+ART’s Yunomi Festival and opening reception, Saturday, June 3rd, from 5 pm – 10 pm.
Admission is free and open to everyone, snacks and beverages will be provided.
Swing by [TEA+ART] during June’s First Saturday Arts Market for the Yunomi Tea Bowl Festival, a juried collection of recently made Japanese teacups. Yunomi is an everyday teacup for daily use, often made of ceramic and taller than it is wide, distinguished by its trimmed or turned foot. PrintHouston will be present at Saturday’s opening reception to display prints dedicated to the bowl, in addition to a scheduled kimono show, ikebana demonstration and matcha cocktails and snacks available until 10 p.m. If you can’t make it for opening night, don’t worry; the exhibit will be on display through June 25.