Japanese tea ceremony

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  • Personal Narrative: Pharmacy And Toxicology

    I find myself watching anime and/or Japanese movies and reading manga and I pick up on the language and I know few phrases and greetings from these things. I decided to actually learn Japanese by myself during middle school. I created note cards, I have designated notebooks, I subscribed to Youtube channels which taught Japanese and how to read and write. Aside from the language, I also learned about the culture such as their celebrations and holidays. Japanese culture is a beautiful art that I will always admire. One day, I would love to visit Japan. If I am given the opportunity to major in this field, I know I will highly enjoy it because it really sparks my interest. I love it so much I joined Manga Club. I eventually became the Vice President of Manga Club because I love it so much. There is never a day I don’t enjoy going to the club and seeing the members and catching up on things. Currently, we are learning about the Japanese culture through games such as Jeopardy or we have fun games such as charades or Pictionary. I am also making slideshows to teach the club about Japanese Tea Ceremony, mochitsuki (mochi pounding), and handmade noodles. The other administrators and I have planned out a modernized Japanese Tea Ceremony demonstrated by me and another admin that we will be performing the day we are presenting the information about Japanese Tea Ceremonies. It’ll…

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  • Object Biography Analysis

    It is an interesting object to write a biography on, as it occupies such a central place in the history of humanity. This pot had an eventful biography, and was modified in every aspect throughout history, physically, when it was lacquered in gold to be included in the tea ceremony, and when it was relocated from Japan to England; but also socially when it became a ritual object and later on a museum object and ambassador of Japanese culture.21 Writing a biography of the Jomon pot is therefore…

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  • My Experience In Tea Ceremony

    reasons that I registered in tea ceremony class in this semester is that I am strongly interested in the Japanese tea ceremony due to the knowledge of tea culture in my country, my personal experience during last spring break, and the self-requirement I set up for myself as a international student. I have desire to learn the Japanese tea ceremony culture because I want to know the difference between Japanese SADOU and Taiwanese CHAYI (arts of tea). When I was child, I had learned some basic…

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  • An Essay About Tea Ceremony

    Tea is a hot drink made by infusing crushed dried leaves from a tea-plant. The English word “tea” comes from the Chinese word “te” (pronounced as “tay”) which means tea (Marcus, 2016). In the History of Tea article, it is said that “tea” has been with us since 2700 B.C. When China’s mythical emperor Shennong lived, he had tasted all of the herbs known to man including tea leaves, he was regarded as the father of Chinese medicine. Even though many people prepare tea differently it seems that a…

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  • Cherry Blossom Essay

    Cherry Blossom is Japanese festival. In Japanese term, cherry blossom known as "Sakura". The flower of genus Prunus trees bloom in the spring season, which consider as Cherry Blossom. These are White and Pink flowers. The Cherry Blossom is assumed to be a native of the Himalayas. It looks marvelous when the Cherry trees bloom at its peak. You must visit it once. National cherry blossom festival Washington DC In 1912 Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo had gifted 3000 Cherry trees to City of Washington…

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  • Difference Between India And Indian Culture

    Political Culture in India and Japan. Introduction. Both India and Japan have majestic and unique cultures of their own kind. Both countries have a vast culture whose roots are dated back to centuries. Both the countries are well known for their culture. They have gained utmost respect from other parts of the countries due to their awe-inspiring culture. One can see culture as a baroque phenomenon which features morals, laws, knowledge, art, beliefs and all those other credentials that a man may…

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  • Japanese American Culture

    what do they all have in common? Japanese culture. Japanese culture combines influences from Asia, Europe, and North America. In my opinion, Japanese culture is more unique than the others. They have similar interest as the United States. Geisha’s, sports, Anime, and music are the defining elements when one thinks about Japanese culture. A geisha is a traditional Japanese entertainer. The appearance of a geisha is a white base with red lipstick and red and black accents around the eyes and…

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  • Balinese Culture Essay

    level of the cosmos, which can be mirrored by a trifecta in a human body development; these are heaven (being the highest) equivalent to the head, the middle or the main torso of the body, and the lower level (hell), equivalent to the feet. Since this is an incorporation of both elements of Hindu and Buddhism, these people worship one supreme God, and three manifestations; the Trisakti- the creator, Wisnu – the preserver, and Siwa- the transformer whom help to oversee the people and the spirits…

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  • Ritual In The Lottery

    They vaguely remember certain ceremonies, speeches, and songs that were once a part of the lottery. However, their blind devotion to this ritual does not encompass every aspect of it. The villagers are unconcerned with the change from wood chips to paper slips, which seems to be parallel to their change from a deep interest in every part of the ceremony to a lightened approach. The black box demonstrates the ambivalent attitude of the villagers toward keeping the tradition as well. Their…

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  • Dongson Drums Analysis

    It is also interesting to note that the part of the Dongson and Karen drums that are to be struck is the sun in the middle of its tympanum, which suggests that “beating” the sun results to rain. Given that the Dongson and Karen have very similarly constructed drums that both date back to the Bronze Age, it is then safe to suggest the possibility that the Dongson drums were also used to summon rain. Besides agriculture-related images other distinct depictions of festival or ritual-like scenes…

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