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activity report : Cha-no-Yu for Youths and Foreigners

Japanese Buddhist monks who learned Zen in China brought seeds of tea plant and related utensils 500 years ago. Such a tea changed to Tea ceremony in the Japanese soil and climate and by Japanese beauty sense. It has evolved into a refined and contracted Wabi-cha with a variety of development. By experiencing the tea ceremony, you can realize that a big philosophy has been produced from a small tea house, and the present you live in is laid on the accumulated days in the past. Isn’t it wonderful to identify your deeper feelings through the tea ceremony?





 Cha-no-Yu for Youths and Foreigners.pdf