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Author: A L Sadler
Publisher: New York : Tuttle Pub., 2011.
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This disciplined estheticism, as expressed in architecture, garden design, flower arrangement, pottery, painting, and other arts intimately related with the cha-no-yu, forms the focus of attention in the first part of this book. The second part, entitled "Tea Masters, " presents a series of stories illustrating the tea experiences of representative men of all types during the Muromachi, Momoyama, and Tokugawa  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Sadler, A.L.
Cha-No-Yu : The Japanese Tea Ceremony.
New York : Tuttle Publishing, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: A L Sadler
ISBN: 9781462901913 1462901913 9781462903597 1462903592
OCLC Number: 747410766
Description: 1 online resource (299 pages)
Contents: Foreword; A Note on the Photographs; Introduction; Chapter One; Origins; The Early Use of Tea; Kakoi and Sukiya; The Varieties of Tearoom; Tea Utensils; The Roji; The Mizuya; Trees and Shrubs; The Water Basin; The Setsuin or Privy; Times for Cha-no-yu; Dress for Cha-no-yu; The Guests; Order of Meal; The Kakemono; Flower Arrangements for Cha-No-Yu; Order of Tea Ceremony; Tea for the Emperor and the Tokugawa Shoguns; Regulations for the Sukiya of the Shogun; The Pottery of Cha-no-yu; The Connoisseurship of Tea Vessels; Furuta Oribe and Kobori Enshu; The Retired Life. Dazai Jun on Cha-no-yuA Criticism of Cha-no-yu From the "Kokoro-no-s#xF693;shi" Of Matsudaria Sadanobu; Observations of Matsudaria Fumai On Cha-no-yu; The Tea Maxims of Nambo Sokei and Rikyu; Tea Maxims of Hosokawa Tadaoki; The Tea Maxims of Kuroda Josui Written Up In His Mizuya; Obiter Dicta of Kobori Enshu; The Maxims of Kobori Enshu; The Wall Maxims of Karasu-maru Mitsuhiro; Wall Maxims of the Zen Priest Takuan Osho; The Tea Maxims of Matsudaira Fumai; The Tea Maxims of Matsudaria Naritada; The Rules of Zuihosai Issoku; Mass Celebrated In A Tearoom; Chapter Two; TEA MASTERS. The Ten Virtues of TeaAshikaga Yoshimasa Originates the Four-and-a-Half Mat Tearoom; Takeno Sho-o; Sho-o Divines the Intention of his Host; Ichiro and Ikkyu; Miyoshi Jikkyu; Sen-no-Rikyu; Rikyu and the Diasu; Verses of Sen-no-rikyu; Rikyu and Do-an; Hosokawa Yusai; One Version of the Death of Sen-no-rikyu; Ōda Nobunaga Entertains His Retainers; Inaba Ittetsu; Shibata Katsuie Obtains the Kettle Ubaguchi; Yamashina Hechigwan; The Dawn Cha-no-yu of Hidetsugu; Hideyoshi's Golden Tearoom; Hideyoshi Entertains at Osaka Castle; Ōtomo Sorin and his Tea-Caddies; Hideyoshi's Cha-no-yu In the Field. Hideyoshi Entertains the Chinese EnvoysHideyoshi's Great Cha-no-yu at Kitano; Naya Sukeuemon Profits by the Sale of Tea-Jars; Awaguchi Zensuke Refuses the Taiko's Request; Hino Terusuke Sells a Tea-Caddy; Maeda Toshiie Assists Exiled Friends; Kobayakawa Takakage Tests the Wit of his Retainers; Furuta Oribe and the Incense; Kuroda Josui Understands the Meaning of Cha-no-yu; Ōda Yuraku's Mistake; Ōda Yuraku's Dawn Tea; Yabuuchi Shochi and the Incense-Burner; Shimai Soshitsu; Shimai Soshitsu and the Narashiba Tea-Caddy; Soshitsu and the Korean Expedition; Kamiya Sotan. Kamiya Sotan Entertains HideyoshiKamiya Sotan gives away the Hakata Bunrin; Nagai Naokatsu and Ii Naomasa; The Tea-jars of Tokugawa Ieyasu; Ieyasu Entertains Hideyoshi; Tokugawa Ieyasu gives his Tea Vessels to His Son; Gamo Ujisato; Ishida Mitsunari; Hosokawa Tadaoki; Tadaoki Sells his Tea Vessels; Watanabe Soan; Kamibayashi Chikuan; The Case of Kanzaki Chikugoku; Todo Takatora's Golden Tea Kettle; Kato Kiyomasa and the Broken Tea-Bowl; Asano Nagamasa; Nabeshima Naoshige's Kakemono; Hidetada's Escape; Date Masamune; Katagiri Sadaaki; Tokugawa Yorinobu.

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This disciplined estheticism, as expressed in architecture, garden design, flower arrangement, pottery, painting, and other arts intimately related with the cha-no-yu, forms the focus of attention in the first part of this book. The second part, entitled "Tea Masters, " presents a series of stories illustrating the tea experiences of representative men of all types during the Muromachi, Momoyama, and Tokugawa periods. The book is abundantly illustrated with drawings of tea-ceremony furniture and utensils, tearoom architecture and garden design, floor and ground plans, and numerous oth.

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