En Japanese Culture
Yasuko Norris, the founder of
En Japanese Culture in Singapore,
was born in 1967 in Izumo, Shimane Prefecture.
This is home to a very well-known Taisha Shrine dedicated to “EN” (Serendipity)
Passionate about sadō (Japanese tea ceremony) and kimono,
it has always been Yasuko's dream to set up a private academy in Singapore.
In 2017, she founded En Japanese Culture;
thus creating a space that has the best possible learning environment for her students.
Easily accessible in central Singapore, the area is also frequented regularly by the local Japanese community.
Our academy is located on the third floor of 11 Mohammed Sultan Road.
We have a modern, raised eight tatami mat platform, with a separate preparation area,
and an adjacent classroom for lectures and discussion groups.
Students of all levels are welcome.
Allow us to organise lessons to suit your learning level and timetable;
lessons can be scheduled for the morning, afternoon or early evening.
Past Events & Clients
Follow Me Japan
27 March 2021 - Yukata wearing, and Tea demonstration
National University of Singapore
25, 29 November and 22 December 2020 | 23 January 2021 - Yukata wearing, Tea lecture and experience
14, 15 September 2020 - Tea demonstration
2 February 2020 - Tea demonstration
Cycle & Carriage
14, 15 September 2019 - Tea demonstration
15 March 2019 - Japanese cultural showcase
9 May 2019 - Tea demonstration
26 March 2019 - Tea demonstration
19, 20 March 2019 - Tea demonstration
29 November 2018 - Tea demonstration