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What year was tea brought to Japan?
15th Century; 1400's
When did ç‚Ì‚è‚«‚傤begin teaching the tea ceremony?
A little before the Edo Period
What are the four elements of the tea ceremony?
˜a‚¯‚¢‚¹‚¢‚¶‚á‚­
What is the most important aspect?
Ž©‘R‚̘a‚ƁAl‚̘a
Could the Samurai bring their swords into a Chashitsu?
NO
What else is there besides the tea?
Calligraphy, ¶‚¯‰ÔA‚Ç‚¤‚°‚¢A“ú–{’뉀A“ú–{‚¯‚ñ‚¿‚­
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‚v‚ˆ‚‰‚ƒ‚ˆ@‚ˆ‚‚Ž‚„@‚„‚@‚™‚‚•@‚”‚•‚’‚Ž@‚”‚ˆ‚…@‚¨’ƒ˜q@‚—‚‰‚”‚ˆH
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Which religion influenced the tea ceremony?
ZEN Buddhism
When did tea arrive in Japan?
the late 1100's
When was the ceremony developed?
16th C.
Wabi is translated as ...
Simplicity and solitude
Sabi is translated as ...
Rusticity and quantness
Chashitsu
small wooden detached structure that stands in a well manicured but simple Japanese garden; adorned with a scroll in an alcove and ikebana
Which way do shoes faced when placed down?
Outward
Kimono specifications
Left over right
Obi (sash): high for women, low for men
Until the Meiji Period, the Kimono was worn by all, all the time
Western dress
Yofuku, adopted by men in the Meiji Period and by women in the 1920's
Yukata
Simple, thin cotton kimono worn during the summer months and to Bon festivals
Kimono of young girls
Brighter and with simple obi
Kimono of older girls/married women
Older girls = elaborate and longer kimono
Women = simple black kimono
Men's kimono
Japanese half-coat and pleated loose-fitting trousers with sometimes the family crest
Does one wear Western jewelry (bracelets, necklaces, earrings, watches, and rings) with kimono?
No!
The two leaders under Sen no Rikyu
Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi (committed seppuku under the latter)
Haiku: two important things
Kigo, 5-7-5 (and nature)
Eminent Haiku author
Matsubasho
Excitement with expectation
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