Schedule for #270to #275 (7/ and 30.31)

Friday   12-1:15 pm (EST)

Saturday 10 to 11:15 am (EST)


$20 per class.

Payment: Paypal: or Venmo :Michiko-Imai


7/16(Fri) Morning Calligraphy 270 

非思量 (Hishiryo)

Do not think, just do Zazen



7/17(Sat) Morning Calligraphy 271

柳緑花紅 (ryuryoku kakou)

Willow is green, flower is red. Beautiful nature and Beautiful as it is



7/23(Fri) Morning Calligraphy 272

百雑砕( Hyaku zassai)

Breaking down the earthly desires that have accumulated in your mind



7/24(Sat) Morning Calligraphy 273

侘寂(wabi sabi)

茶 (Tea)



7/30(Fri) Morning Calligraphy 274 

千里同風( Senri Dofu)

Even if people are far away, when everyone has the same idea, the same wind blows in the world



7/31(Sat) Morning Calligraphy 275

 一以貫之(Ichii Kanshi)

Do one thing to the end

 Silent movement
  Listen to my calligraphy...
Escape from
 your busy world,
sit and
  clear your mind.
 How important
  the moment is.


Hiragana Shodo lessons! 

Hiragana is a Japanese syllabary, one component of the Japanese writing system. The modern hiragana syllabary consists of 46 base characters grid If you remember all the hiragana, you will be able to read and write the names of things in the hiragana. For the first two classes, we will learn Hiragana あ line (あいうえお) and the words that use it. such as ( あい/love、いえ/house、うえ/on,over, あお/blue etc) then for the next 2 classes, we will learnかline(かきくけこ) such as (かき/oyster, Persimmon,あか/Red、きく/to listen, Chrysanthemum、けいこ/training etc) Let’s memorize as many Japanese words as possible :) 

When : Wednesdays from 1 :00 to 2:15 pm ( EST)

Price : $40 2 classes in July 7.14 (Price includes text fee, Non-refundable after receiving the text) Minimum number of participants 3

Payment: Paypal:

          Venmo: Michiko-imai

All levels are welcome!


Please sign up now here :

Do/Dou 道 (The Way)


Shodo 書道
(The way of Writing...)
There are a number of ways to research this subject.
For instance, one could find information in books,
the internet, on video and other forms of media.
And although this does help to better understand the subject, it is one thing to read about this subject, and another to be able to perform and practice it.
Understanding Shodo, is a lifelong learning journey.

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