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7 edition of way of tea. found in the catalog.

way of tea.

Rand Castile

way of tea.

by Rand Castile

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Published by Weatherhill in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japanese tea ceremony

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 319-322.

    StatementWith a foreword, by Sen no Soshitsu.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGT2910 .C3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination329 p.
    Number of Pages329
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5705889M
    ISBN 100834800594
    LC Control Number70157271

      Founded in Paris in , SP Books publishes limited facsimile editions of literary manuscripts. Large format and assembled by hand, each book is .   Afternoon tea service is a great British tradition that’s laced with rules. For those of us who didn’t grow up with a spot of as part of their regular schedule, it can certainly get confusing.

    The history of European interactions with tea dates back to the midth century. The earliest mention of tea in European literature was by Giambattista Ramusio, a Venetian explorer, as Chai Catai or "Tea of China" in Tea was mentioned several more times in various European countries afterwards, but Jan Hugo van Linschooten, a Dutch navigator, was the first to write a printed reference.   We hope that Tea or Books? can be a ray of sunshine in this complicated and anxious time. We’ll keep recording as much as we can! Do let us know if you have any suggestions for future episodes – and please do rate and review us at your podcast app of choice SHOULD you wish. You can find us at Apple Podcasts, and we’re on Spotify too now.

    THE KOREAN WAY OF TEA is a rich and inviting text, accompanied by full-color photographs of the beauty of Korea, her architecture, nature and people. This introductory guide is a welcome addition for anyone interested in tea and its extraordinary contribution to the Korean cultural tradition. In the Eastern world, tea has gone through three distinct periods: the Boiled Tea era, the Whipped Tea era, and the Steeped Tea era. Each era reflected its culture in some way. During the Whipped Tea era, renowned tea master Lu Wu created the first Code of Tea, the Ch'a Ching, which paved the way for the formalized tea ceremony.


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