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Japanese Tea Ceremony

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Machiko is known to have the distinctive aroma of sakura, cherry blossoms, and fukumidori was described to me as bitter but in a good way, which is not a priority for me when choosing green tea from Japan (umami is at the top of the list usually). Apparently, Japanese tea drinkers seem to enjoy bitt

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A green oribe hanaire or flower vase used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Oribe is produced in Mino, in Aichi and Gifu Prefectures. #vintagejapanese #greenoribe #teaceremonyvase #fishears #grassmotif #oribehanaire #japanese interior

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Machiko is known to have the distinctive aroma of sakura, cherry blossoms, and fukumidori was described to me as bitter but in a good way, which is not a priority for me when choosing green tea from Japan (umami is at the top of the list usually). Apparently, Japanese tea drinkers seem to enjoy bitt

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For those hoping to experience a deeper, richer, more profound connection with authentic Japanese culture, the Japanese tea ceremony should be embraced.

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Ishizaki Koyo (1884-1947) Wagtail & Chrysanthemum Early 20th century Folding screen in two-panels. Ink, pigments and gofun on gold leaf. Sign: Koyo Seal: Koyo This small two-panel folding screen (furosaki byobu), was made for use during the Japanese tea-ceremony. In keeping with the seasonal representation of flowering chrysanthemums, the screen would have been displayed and enjoyed during the fall season. The painter, Ishizaki Koyo, was a prodigiously talented artist who specialized in…

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Machiko is known to have the distinctive aroma of sakura, cherry blossoms, and fukumidori was described to me as bitter but in a good way, which is not a priority for me when choosing green tea from Japan (umami is at the top of the list usually). Apparently, Japanese tea drinkers seem to enjoy bitt

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THETASTESTYLE Japanese Ceramic Tea Ceremony Sets | Chinese Kung Fu | 6 Styles | Tea Accessories What is included: Tea ceremony 6 Tool Sets Style 1 + Brush Gift Style 2 + Brush Gift Style 3 + Brush Gift Style 4 + Brush Gift Style 5 + Towel Gift out of production Style 6 + Towel Gift out of production Dimensions please see images Visit our section ORGANIC LOOSE TEA for your health. https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheTasteStyle?section_id=26921085 Business inquiries / special requests / custom order…

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Extraordinary Tea ceremony mizusashi (lidded jar,) stunningly intricately hand painted in underglaze blue, to recreate parts of Choju Giga, or ‘Frolicking Animals’ which is designated as a Japanese National Treasure. Choju Giga is a set of four illustrated scrolls (emakimono) from 12th century (believed to be the work of Toba Soju) and is now exhibited at Kyoto National Museum and Tokyo National Museum. It is considered to be the oldest Japanese manga. The scrolls masterfully use ink lines…

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Exquisite Japanese signed and hand painted porcelain mizusashi/Water Jar features an attractive automn scene in warm orange and yellow on a white background and two intricate pattern in yellow and deep blue decorating the rim and base. Gold accents add another layer of elegance to this stunning piece. With its matching lid, this piece is classified as a tomobuta (matching lid) type. The exterior palette is playfully repeated on the reverse side of the lid. Mizusashi is a lidded fresh water…

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Japanese Black Lacquer Tana (Tiered Tea Cabinet) with Gold Family Crests, Covered with gold family crest designs. Made of lacquered wood and bronze mounts. Interior has wonderful renderings in gold of the gods of Japan (Ebisu and Daikoku), as well as a pair of shi-shi, or mythical lion-dogs. Originally made for storing tea ceremony implements.

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