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  • Author:
    Ryoichi Fujioka
  • ISBN:
    0834827050
  • ISBN13:
    978-0834827059
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  • Publisher:
    Weatherhill/Shibundo; 1st edition (1973)
  • Pages:
    142 pages
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Chapters on: The Tea Bowl; The Tea Caddy and Tea-Leaf Jar; The Tea Scoop; The Kettle and Lid Rest; The Fresh-Water Jar .

Chapters on: The Tea Bowl; The Tea Caddy and Tea-Leaf Jar; The Tea Scoop; The Kettle and Lid Rest; The Fresh-Water Jar and Waste-Water Jar; The Flower Container; The Incense and Hearth Utensils; The Utensils for the Kaiseki Meal; and The Boxes for Tea-Ceremony Utensils. With 204 illustrations.

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Tea utensils (茶道具, chadōgu) are tools or implements used in chadō, the art of Japanese tea. Chadōgu can be divided into five major categories: sōshoku dōgu (装飾道具; "decorative items"); temae dōgu. Chadōgu can be divided into five major categories: sōshoku dōgu (装飾道具; "decorative items"); temae dōgu (点前道具; "items for the tea-making and service"); kaiseki dōgu (懐石道具; "items for the chakaiseki meal"); mizuya dōgu (水屋道具; "items used in the preparation room"); and machiai dōgu, roji dōgu (待合道具・露地道具; "items for the waiting room", "items for the roji garden")

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The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha (抹茶), powdered green tea. In Japanese, it is called cha-no-yu (茶の湯) or sadō, chadō (茶道), while the manner in which it is performed, or the art of its performance, is called (o)temae (手前; 点前). Zen Buddhism was a primary influence in the development of the Japanese tea ceremony.

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Chapters on: The Tea Bowl; The Tea Caddy and Tea-Leaf Jar; The Tea Scoop; The Kettle and Lid Rest; The Fresh-Water Jar and Waste-Water Jar; The Flower Container; The Incense and Hearth Utensils; The Utensils for the Kaiseki Meal; and The Boxes for Tea-Ceremony Utensils. Includes a Glossary. With 204 illustrations, 22 in color.