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The tea ceremony

by SenКјoМ„ Tanaka

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Published by Harmony Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japanese tea ceremony.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementSenʼō Tanaka ; foreword by Edwin O. Reischauer ; pref. by Yasushi Inoue ; photography by Takeshi Nishikawa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGT2910 .T2978 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination214 p. :
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4535424M
    ISBN 100517530392
    LC Control Number77001260

    With this book kids will be able to: Perform the traditional Japanese tea ceremony at home through easy-to-follow instructions Explore all the elements of an authentic Japanese tea ceremony, including the tea utensils such as the scoop, whisk, bowl, and Fukasa (silk cloth used for cleaning utensils) Know the proper technique for whipping tea. The Book of Tea in others. The average Westerner, in his sleek complacency, will see in the tea ceremony but another instance of the thousand and one oddities which constitute the quaintness and childishness of the East to him. He was wont to re-gard Japan as barbarous while she indulged in the gentle.

    Long regarded as one of the cornerstones of Japanese culture, the chadō, or tea ceremony is a quintessential expression of aestheticism and philosophy in perfect harmony. But the story of how it came to be is an epic tale spanning centuries, including political intrigue, murder and . This word refers to the sequence of movements and techniques that the Tea Master adopts and follows in performing the tea ceremony. How he or she enters the ceremony room, the steps and direction taken to arrive at its place in the tearoom, the way the utensils are moved, used and revered, the bowl examined, the positions of the scoop, the ladle, the tea caddy, etc.

    The Japanese Tea Ceremony and the Shoguns is a concise historical overview of the evolution of cha-no-yu - that uniquely Japanese ritual, the tea ceremony - and how it was used in Japan by the shoguns and other political powers between the 12th and 20th centuries to validate position and consolidate power. The contributions of leading tea.   Synopsis Tea Ceremony is an exciting and fun way to introduce Asian culture to kids. Reader will learn: All the steps for performing a tea ceremony at home through easy-to-follow instructionExplores all the elements of an authentic Japanese tea ceremony, including the tea utensils such as the scoop, whisk, bowl, and fukasa (silk cloth used for cleaning utensils), Author: Shozo Sato.


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