Unlike the modest ceremony of the monks, this tea ceremony was very much about showing off one's wealth. Those who could afford it would decorate their large homes with paintings by famous Chinese painters and other arts and crafts ...
Author: Shozo Sato
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Explore one of Japan's most beautiful traditions while entertaining your family and friends! Tea Ceremony: Explore the unique Japanese tradition of sharing tea is an exciting and fun way to introduce Asian culture to kids. Readers will learn all the steps for performing a Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony. 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, and the different kinds of tea used The Asian Arts & Crafts for Creative Kids series is the first series, aimed at readers ages 7-12, that provides a fun and educational introduction to Asian culture and art. Through hands-on projects readers will explore each art—engaging in activities to gain a better understanding of each form.
(The Deep Wish for the Tea Ceremony). In Sadd-zensh~ (Essay Collection on the Tea Ceremony) vol. 1, pp. 1¥14. Tokyo: S-gen-sha. Takanaka, Azumaro. 1996. Cha no dentd-bunka-sei: kyojd no shinsei, kdfu made (Tea as a Traditional Culture: ...
Author: Etsuko Kato
The subject of the tea ceremony is well researched both in and outside of Japan, but the women who practice it are hardly ever discussed. The Tea Ceremony and Women's Empowerment in Modern Japan rectifies this by discussing the meaning of the Japanese tea ceremony for women practitioners in Japan from World War II to the present day. It examines how lay tea ceremony practitioners have been transforming this cultural activity while being, in turn, transformed by it.
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People spend lifetimes learning and performing the tea ceremony . And this , I think , confirms what I am saying about art : it is a way of doing whatever it is you do : it is a tao , the tao of tea . Indeed , the tea ceremony is called ...
Author: Crispin Sartwell
Publisher: SUNY Press
This is a multicultural philosophy of art applied to common American and European experience and discussed in relation to Taoist, Buddhist, Hindu, Native American, and African traditions.
Author: Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support OfficePublish On: 2004
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Author: Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office
The Tea Ceremony For many today , the practical reason for holding a tea ceremony is the collection of ang pows ( red packets ) ! This was not , however , the original purpose of the ceremony . Originally , the tea ceremony served two ...
Despite the Onin war which devasted Kyoto in the mid - 15th century and the hundred years of civil war that followed , the art of the tea ceremony continued to thrive . Then , in 1587 , the de factor ruler of Japan , Hideyoshi , gave ...
Author: Khoon Choy Lee
Publisher: World Scientific
This work, written by an ex-Ambassador to Japan, is a first-hand account and observation of the various aspects of Japanese society ? political, historical, social and economic. It introduces themes such as Japanese religions and the political system, as well as describing and explaining many of the country's rich traditions. The author's personal experiences of Japan are interspersed with historical tales and factual details, providing an insight into Japanese behavior, thinking and way of life. This book will be immensely useful to those who wish to gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of the Japanese mind. It is the result of a four-year stay in Japan by the author, a Singaporean ex-Ambassador and politician.
TWO CLASSIC ILLUSTRATIONS OF PREPARATION OVER THE LONG TERM The Tea Ceremony and the Dinner Table Far from being a simple drink to awaken one's senses , tea in its classical social contexts is a social ceremony of some duration ...
Author: Jeff Greenberg
Publisher: Guilford Press
Social and personality psychologists traditionally have focused their attention on the most basic building blocks of human thought and behavior, while existential psychologists pursued broader, more abstract questions regarding the nature of existence and the meaning of life. This volume bridges this longstanding divide by demonstrating how rigorous experimental methods can be applied to understanding key existential concerns, including death, uncertainty, identity, meaning, morality, isolation, determinism, and freedom. Bringing together leading scholars and investigators, the Handbook presents the influential theories and research findings that collectively are helping to define the emerging field of experimental existential psychology.
She articulates the thought process behind the tea ceremony as concerning peace between people. In this way, her spiritual practice is about the whole community. According to Carrie, tea ceremony brings her peace and satisfaction with ...
Author: Mandy Robbins
The Empirical Science of Religious Education draws together a collection of innovative articles in the field of religious education which passed the editorial scrutiny of Professor Robert Jackson over the course of his impactful fourteen year career as editor of the British Journal of Religious Education. These articles have made an enormous contribution to the international literature establishing of the empirical science of religious education as a research field. The volume draws together, organises and illustrates the contours of this emerging field and is an essential compendium which covers work in: teacher education and teacher experience; student understanding, attitudes and values; varieties of religious schooling, and; worldview and life interpretation Organised into ten thematic sections the contributors cover the field comprehensively and bring with them an international and reflexive approach to their research. It is an essential resource for those practitioners and researchers who wish to access original and innovative research undertaken by way of ethnographic fieldwork, practitioner research, life-history approaches to research, psychological scales and measures, and large surveys. Particularly interested readers will be studying PGCE and masters level programmes in religious education, as well as qualified religious educators undertaking continuing professional development.