Japanese Tea Ceremonies
In a recent survey conducted on our media site regarding Japanese Tea, the results indicated that most respondents "have an awareness of Japanese Tea".
Today, this special edition will thoroughly explain the history of Japanese Tea as well as the most delicious way to make it. Hopefully, those who share this awareness will read this article!
I found these “yunomi” teacups at the 100-yen shop “DAISO”! Yunomi are a type of cup mainly used for drinking green tea. They’re made in Japan, and, of course, they are only 100 yen each! Let’s get on with the introduction!
“Expo'70 Commemorative Park” was built at the remaining site of the Japan World Exposition held back in 1970. In the site as large as nearly 260 ha, there live various trees and flowers, and also there are waterfalls and Japanese garden. In this article, we will talk about the “Japanese Garden” area with astonishing fall beauty and also tell you about fall events!
Many tourists to Japan purchase Japanese tea for souvenirs. However, how many Japanese can explain why it has become so popular for tourists (in fact, no one in our media editing team could explain the reasons)?
Green tea represents the soul of traditional Japanese culture. It is also enjoyable for the pronounced sweet and bitter tastes that belie its simplicity. And its reported positive effects on both health and beauty make it a very popular souvenir. However, you may well feel somewhat lost when choosing the right green tea product. With that in mind, I have decided to introduce the charms of green tea in all six upcoming issues.
What is Tea ceremony (sadou)?Read Later
Sadou is a Japanese traditional etiquette of preparing and drinking tea, and initially called “chayu”（茶湯）and was originally developed from China. Although the main purpose is to enjoy tea, however, the manner, performance, tea equitments, tea room, and the decoration of the tea room are also important and performed as part of the composite arts.
The Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony 2016 is your chance to experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony!Read Later
Many people coming to Japan look forward to experiencing sado, a traditional Japanese tea ceremony—for some it’s even at the top of their to-do list! The large-scale Tokyo Grand Tea Ceremony 2016 is a great opportunity for those interested in sado to experience and learn more about it.