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Japanese Tea Ceremony

Japanese Tea Ceremony
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Amara Malik

on 10 December 2010

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Transcript of Japanese Tea Ceremony

Japanese Tea Ceremony UTENSILS Tea whisk...................... Tea ladle....................... Tea was inroduced to Japan by a Buddhist monk in the 9th century. Rikyu- 1522 - He came up with four values for ceremony: harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility - Many of his ideas are in today's ceremonies HISTORY Powdered green tea...... Matcha Chasen Hishaku Chawan Tea bowl....................... Chashaku Bamboo tea scoop......... Hanging scroll............... Kakemono Tea kettle...................... Kama Cloth napkin.................. Chaken 3 foot high door Hanging scroll -It's like bowing Eichu, the monk, was returning from China. According to legend, tea has been known in China for over a thousand years. Matcha, powdered green tea- 12th century 9th century Tea House -For guests to show respect Host's door
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