Mother's Day at SAM: A Japanese Infused High Tea
Spoil Mum this year with Mother’s Day at SAM, in partnership with Eastbank Food.
Enjoy a selection of delicious savouries and sweets inspired by Japanese culinary traditions in the form of a traditional high tea, be entertained by the beautiful sounds of Shakuhachi, the Japanese flute, with a performance by Anne Norman, who
will take you on a theatrical journey about the history of tea and the Japanese tea ceremony after experiencing The Golden Age of Colour Prints: Ukiyo-e from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Included in your ticket is:
- A beautiful Japanese inspired high tea/lunch
- An exquisite hand-made ceramic tea bowl created by artist Angie Russi
- A ticket to The Golden Age of Colour Prints exhibition at SAM
- A copy of the exhibition catalogue
Image credit: The Seventh Month, from an untitled pentaptych of the Five Festivals (Gosekku) (detail), Kitagawa Utamaro I (Japanese, (?)- 1806), Publisher: Izumiya Ichibei (Kansendo) (Japanese). Japanese, Edo period, about 1803 (Kyowa 3), woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and color on paper. William Sturgis Bigelow Collection 11.14198. Image 2012 © Museum Fine Arts, Boston