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Hounsai Daisosho

Hounsai Daisosho

Nojiri sensei

Nojiri sensei

This is the first of a 5-part series of an interview with Sen Genshitsu, who joined the kamikaze corps in World War II and was later head master of Urasenke, one of the main schools of Japanese tea ceremony. At the advanced age of 91 and after escaping certain death in World War II as a kamikaze pilot, Sen Genshitsu continues to travel around the world and meet world leaders to promote peace through the “Way of Tea.” He has made more than 300 trips overseas and visited more than 60…

This is the first of a 5-part series of an interview with Sen Genshitsu, who joined the kamikaze corps in World War II and was later head master of Urasenke, one of the main schools of Japanese tea ceremony. At the advanced age of 91 and after escaping certain death in World War II as a kamikaze pilot, Sen Genshitsu continues to travel around the world and meet world leaders to promote peace through the “Way of Tea.” He has made more than 300 trips overseas and visited more than 60…

Iemoto SEN Soshitsu XVI, actual Gran Maestro de Te.

Iemoto SEN Soshitsu XVI, actual Gran Maestro de Te.

坐忘斎宗匠、第16代家元 Zabousai 16th grand master

坐忘斎宗匠、第16代家元 Zabousai 16th grand master

Hounsai Daisosho

Hounsai Daisosho

Sen no Rikyu (1522-91), the most renowned figure in the history of the Japanese tea ceremony, synthesized many of the aesthetic elements of the tea ceremony in the 16th century. He recognized the connection between Zen and the tea ceremony, and perfected a rustic yet elegant style.

Sen no Rikyu (1522-91), the most renowned figure in the history of the Japanese tea ceremony, synthesized many of the aesthetic elements of the tea ceremony in the 16th century. He recognized the connection between Zen and the tea ceremony, and perfected a rustic yet elegant style.

Hounsai Daisosho

Hounsai Daisosho

Raku ware museum, Kyoto 樂美術館

Raku ware museum, Kyoto 樂美術館

15th Grand Tea Master of the Urasenke Foundation performs a tea ceremony at Alae Cemetery in Hilo Hawaii. photo by Hollyn Johnson Hilo Hawaii Tribune Herald

15th Grand Tea Master of the Urasenke Foundation performs a tea ceremony at Alae Cemetery in Hilo Hawaii. photo by Hollyn Johnson Hilo Hawaii Tribune Herald

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