11 Oktober 2007


Futuristic tea house

Frankfurt has a famous new japanese teahouse, built by the architecte Kengo Kuma. It's located in the garden of the Museum of Applied Art, looks like a strangely shaped golf ball - and is inflatable! If there's no tea ceremony, they just deflate it and it's almost invisible.

When we arrived, tea ceremony was just being held:

Tsukuba, shoes outside, lots of people inside - I read that inside there is a real tatami room, but couldn't get close enough to see it by myself. The ceremony was held be a german tea master.

Leaving the ceremony (perhaps she couldn't bear to see it held by a gaijin):

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