Around and About with Bulldog Pottery: The Japanese Tea Bowl, Fuku Fukumoto, Shinrin Yoku

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“The tea ceremony was initially an elite pursuit, one that provided a forum for the rulers of ancient Japan to forge social ties,” Stewart says. “And even now, everything is always carefully considered: the type of drinking vessel, the palette, the season. There’s a sense of harmony achieved from the balance of bitter and sweet.”

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A tea master pours tea from a gaiwan during a Chinese tea ceremony.

Japanese tea room, Chasitsu 茶室

茶室 Chashitsu (Tea room) : 掛け物 Kakemono (hanging scroll) and 茶花 Chabana (flower arrangement for tea ceremony) in Tokonoma 床の間 (alcove in a reception room). can have high contrast but window must be larger to illuminate the room

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Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume)  for holding the powdered tea used in traditional tea ceremony, gold chrysthanthemum decoration on black, lacquered wood

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume) for holding the powdered tea used in traditional tea ceremony, gold chrysthanthemum decoration on black, lacquered wood

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