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The book of tea

Author: Kakuzō Okakura
Publisher: New York : Dover Publications, [©1964]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work brings alive the heart of the Japanese Tea-Masters, and guides us with wit into an understanding of the Eastern aesthetic. The book focuses not on the Tea Ceremony itself, but rather on the culture which engendered the Mind of Tea and on the Masters who embodied this spirit.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kakuzō Okakura
ISBN: 9780486200705 0486200701
OCLC Number: 1122519
Description: xviii, 76 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The cup of humanity.--The schools of tea.--Taoism and Zennism.--The tea-room.--Art appreciation.--Flowers.--Tea-masters.
Responsibility: edited and introduced by Everett F. Bleiler.

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This work brings alive the heart of the Japanese Tea-Masters, and guides us with wit into an understanding of the Eastern aesthetic. The book focuses not on the Tea Ceremony itself, but rather on the culture which engendered the Mind of Tea and on the Masters who embodied this spirit.

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