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Kodo: a 500-year tradition - A Lecture by Souhitsu Hachiya, 21st Generations Desginate Master of the Shino School of Kodo
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- 10Jun 2023 (Sat)11:00 - 12:30
- Room 206,2/F, Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Admiralty
Mr Hachiya Souhitsu
Mr Hachiya Souhitsu is the 21st Generations Desginate Master of the Shino School of Kodo. Studied from 2002 at Daitoku Temple's Shogen-in under Zen Elder and Temple Master Izumida Kyokudou, who in 2004 conferred upon him the temple name Isshiken and Buddhist name Souhitsu. Cultural ambassador of the Japanese Ministry of Cultural Affairs and Honorary Member of the French Society of Perfumers.
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Kodo, or the art of appreciating incense, is one of the major classical arts alongside sado (tea ceremony) and ikebana (flower arrangement).
Mr Souhitsu Hachiya is the 21st Generations Desginate Master of the Shino School of Kodo, which is one of the two largest Kodo Schools in Japan.
In this public lecture, Mr Hachiya Souhitsu will introduce the history and practice of Kodo and the Shino School and the aesthetic value and importance of Kodo.
Language – Japanese with Cantonese interpretation
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