Japanese tea ceremony utensils, beautiful tools

Tea embodies the beauty that makes up Japanese culture. To understand tea you must study poetry, art, literature, architecture, legacy and history. from The Wabi Sabi House by Robyn Griggs Lawrence - Japanese tea ceremony utensils

Pochi-bukuro - There is a word "Kokorozuke" (gratuity) in Japan. It express your sense of gratitude. When you hand money over to someone you can show your heartfelt appreciation by using "Pochibukuro" (small paper envelop) in Japan.

Pochi-bukuro ぽち袋 - There is a word "Kokorozuke" (gratuity) in Japan. It express your sense of gratitude. When you hand money over to someone you can show your heartfelt appreciation by using "Pochibukuro" (small paper envelop) in Japan.

Helmet in the Shape of a Crouching Rabbit, 17th century, Japan

Date: century Culture: Japanese Medium: Lacquered iron, silver, gold, leather, silk

tea ceremony

would truly enjoy partaking in the ceremony. attending would be enough for me since I'm a tea girl

temari

These intricate and extraordinarily beautiful embroidered silk balls are a form of Japanese folk art called Temari, which means “hand ball” in Japanese. These particular temari are even more impressive because they were handmade by a grandmother in Japan.

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