Scottish James Stella's hometown No. 5. Dinner party～～～～～～～～～ There will be a tea service at the exhibition hall, and everyone will be able to drink tea and enjoy conversation. The tea service is in the next room, and the teapot is full and the cups are scattered, but set properly. Let me help you too! Then, from 7:00 in the evening, we moved the venue (15 km) to Dixon Hall, the second venue (where you can also eat) for a dinner party. About 120 people were in attendance. The men wear traditional Scottish costumes (checked skirts), and the women wear dresses. Many people said to me, "I'm Japanese, so I wanted you to wear a kimono." It was a coincidence that my acquaintance, Jane (Jane Pettigru), a tea researcher from London, had come to the venue for 23 years. Surprised, we hugged each other and said, "Isobuchi is far from Japan, but it took me 12 hours too~" It was the first time since we met in Kyoto three years ago. . . Welcome tea is also slowly over 30 minutes from 7 o'clock. A special cake, the cut of which was honored by me and Jane, and the tea master from London, a big round of applause! I've been there since morning, so I thought I'd call a taxi to go home at 8:00, but there was no such chance. . Patricia is worried about my fatigue and keeps looking at me. After 10 o'clock, there was a 30-minute seminar on the history and upbringing of Taylor. I got in the car at 11:30! It was a long day, a tailor's day.