4 edition of The book of tea found in the catalog.
The book of tea
|Statement||by Okakura Kakuzo ; with an introduction by Tsuneo Matsudaira|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||160|
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The Book of Tea is an engrossing overview of the philosophy and aesthetics of the Japanese Tea ceremony and how the “way” of tea is based deeply in Japanese Zen and in a distinctively Eastern (as opposed to Western) sensibility. This classic book written by Okakura in English in is both prescient and relevant today in its discussion of. This is a group for those who enjoy a good book coupled with a calming cup of tea. Books will run the gamut of literary novels, classics, award winners, fun popular reads, as well as nonfiction. We usually meet on the last Sunday of the month at 3 PM (occasionally on Saturday) to discuss our frithwilliams.com Date: Feb 23,
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Too little tea, we learn, was a Japanese expression used in reference to a person too busy to stop and smell the roses. Too much tea, then, refers to a person so busy smelling the roses he has little time for much else. In my humble estimation, Mr. Okakura had a little too much tea in him.
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Jul 15, · Contemporary scholars of Japanese history & culture tend to emphasise, rightly, that Okakura's Book of Tea is an anachronistic text that should be taken more as a creative interpretation of Japanese culture than an accurate depiction of it - Okakura's assertion that the tea ceremony is the central and definitive centrepiece of Japanese culture is certainly highly reductionist, as even a basic /5().
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