Japanese tea house

Wabi-sabi Japanese aesthetic of incorporating Zen spirituality of transience and imperfection of nature into design.

Lacquer tray for tea ceremony by Jihei MURASE, Japan 村瀬治兵衛

Lacquer tray and tea caddy for tea ceremony by Jihei MURASE, Japan 村瀬治兵衛

Nijiri-guchi (low entrances that make it necessary to bend down in order to enter) to Japanese tea room.

Nijiri-guchi (low entrances that make it necessary to bend down in order to enter) to Japanese tea room.

Tea Display, Tea Cocktails, Tea Art, Tea Ceremony, Zen Gardens, Chinese Tea, Chinese Style, Cup Of Tea, Tea Houses

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Lovely inlays in the path between stepping stones Nobotokean Temple, Kyoto © Christian Kaden


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