After Event "KIMONO-LINGUAL" & "SADO-LINGUAL"
Interview for Ms. Mamun Maliha Binte (Bangladesh)
I really enjoy it, and It is my first time and I came to know like refer details of the ceremony by joining here. And it was really nice for me to know the details because from Internet we don't see the details. If you are not participating in that ceremony, you can't understand the ceremony. And I really right how to explain everything in details, so it was very fun for me I really enjoy it. Thank you very much.
Interview for Ms. Emie Salamangkit Mirasol (Philippines)
My name is Emie Salamangkit Mirasol. I am a Ph.D in engineering student from graduate school of science and technology under the department of Optoelectronics and Nanostructure Science. My impression about this tea ceremony actually as I turned out I was so excited when I was a in front of join then. I am so happy and because this is my first time to join such ceremony and also is my first time to wear the Kimono dress like this. Before I only experience like wearing that one robe like. Now I see appreciate it's very the detail of wearing everything is. So like it needs a lot of patience and details are very very like they need to arrange everything and tea ceremony. I only watch from YouTube and (I'm so blessed..). I experienced watching the detail of preparing this tea and I appreciate it so much. And I've heard that those seems there are so simple but very meaning for it. And I am so happy that I was one of the participant of this event so I would like to join again in other kind of events such this. Thank you so much for electing me joining this ceremony. Thank you so much. どうもありがとうございました。