Ichigo ichie =One time, one meeting “Treasure every moment, for it will never recur.”

Ichigo ichie =One time, one meeting “Treasure every moment, for it will never recur.”

Ichigo ichie is a Japanese word which literally means “one opportunity, one encounter”. Treasure every encounter, for it will never recur.

Ichigo ichie is a Japanese word which literally means “one opportunity, one encounter”. Treasure every encounter, for it will never recur.

Ichigo Ichie 2 by KisaragiChiyo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Ichigo Ichie 2 by KisaragiChiyo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

一期一会 Ichigo-Ichie. It means "Once in a lifetime" or "Treasure every encounter, for it will never recur." Artist: Takebe Seiyu (1941-)

一期一会 Ichigo-Ichie. It means "Once in a lifetime" or "Treasure every encounter, for it will never recur." Artist: Takebe Seiyu (1941-)

一期一会 ichigo-ichie: kanji for " Treasure every meeting, for it will never recur."

一期一会 ichigo-ichie: kanji for " Treasure every meeting, for it will never recur."

Once-in-a-Lifetime : Ichi-go ichi-e (一期一会, literally “one time, one meeting”) is often linked with famed tea master Sen no Rikyu. The term is often brushed onto scrolls which are hung in the tea room. Ichi-go ichi-e reminds participants that each tea meeting is unique.

Once-in-a-Lifetime : Ichi-go ichi-e (一期一会, literally “one time, one meeting”) is often linked with famed tea master Sen no Rikyu. The term is often brushed onto scrolls which are hung in the tea room. Ichi-go ichi-e reminds participants that each tea meeting is unique.

Calligraphy of Japanese idiom 一期一会 ichigo ichie "Live every day as though it were last" by IWATA Sohei

Calligraphy of Japanese idiom 一期一会 ichigo ichie "Live every day as though it were last" by IWATA Sohei

Ichigo ichie literally translates as “one opportunity, one encounter”. Did you know that traditionally women are not trained to be sushi chefs? Tokyo's only all-female sushi restaurant is challenging this.

Japanese Food Culture & Ichigo Ichie

Ichigo ichie literally translates as “one opportunity, one encounter”. Did you know that traditionally women are not trained to be sushi chefs? Tokyo's only all-female sushi restaurant is challenging this.

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