Kana Hattori

Kana Hattori is as passionate about sharing insights of her native country as she is about the arts and Zen philosophy. Raised in the Buddhist and Shintoist traditions, she is a master of the Urasenke tea ceremony and holds a degree in Japanese classical and traditional arts. Kana studied in Kyoto as well as the United States. She also plays the three-stringed shamisen musical instrument and performs kyogen, a comedic form of heritage theater recognized by UNESCO as an Important Intangible Cultural Property.