|Stage name:||Hiroko & Gerard Senese|
|Performer name:||Ryu Shu Kan Japanese Arts Center|
|Mailing address:||1256 Waverly Ave.
Farmingville, NY 11738
|Previous appearances at:||
Wang Center, Stony Brook University, Brentwood Library, Wyandanch Library, Mineola Library, Sachem Library
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
|Information last updated:||02/27/2018|
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|A Taste of Japan - How to make your own Sushi||
Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Food,
A Taste of Japan: Patrons learn how to make Sushi Rice at home & then how to prepare & make their own Sushi rolls. They learn what kind of rice is used to prepare Sushi and what ingredients work best in making their own Sushi rolls. A Japanese dessert dumpling, Dango, is also prepared. All Patrons will taste the completed Sushi rolls and Dango during the presentation. The patrons DO NOT make their rolls but view all the steps in the preparation and creation of the rolls.
|Ikebana - Japanese Flower Arranging||
Life Skills- Other,
Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arrangement. It is more than simply putting flowers in a container. It is a disciplined art form in which the arrangement is a living thing where nature and humanity are brought together. It is steeped in the philosophy of developing closeness with nature. Join Hiroko & Gerard Senese, from the Japan Center at Stony Brook University for a demonstration of the different styles of Japanese flower arrangements. Hiroko Uraga-Senese studied Ikebana in Osaka, Japan in the prestigious Misho-Ryu style of Ikebana, which was established over 200 years ago. She received her Shihan-Teacher's License in 1980 and has been introducing Ikebana to the Long Island community since 1998. Learn about the history, concepts, principles and aesthetics behind each arrangement, and the relationship of the flowers to each particular vase being used.
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