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Famous Japanese tea ceremony houses or Chashitsu in Japan

Famous Japanese tea ceremony houses in Japan, designed by grandmasters of tea to be used only as a Chashitsu. Description of the Japanese tea ceremony teahouse and its location in Japan.

tea room

Photo of Tea Garden - "tea garden interior" - Dublin

tea customs -

tea customs -

Recently, I visited Blue Willow Teaspot in West Berkeley, a new tea cafe that has a tiny Japanese tearoom tucked in the back, where visitors can experience chado, or the ceremonial preparation of matcha. Blue Willow Teaspot opened in October 2016. Originally, Blue Willow was solely a wholesale business. Its current owner, Ali Roth was an employee at the company under previous owner, Lynn Mallard. In 2012, when Mallard retired, Ali bought the business. Last year, she decided to open the cafe…

There's a Tiny Tearoom in Berkeley for Japanese Tea Ceremonies

Recently, I visited Blue Willow Teaspot in West Berkeley, a new tea cafe that has a tiny Japanese tearoom tucked in the back, where visitors can experience chado, or the ceremonial preparation of matcha. Blue Willow Teaspot opened in October 2016. Originally, Blue Willow was solely a wholesale business. Its current owner, Ali Roth was an employee at the company under previous owner, Lynn Mallard. In 2012, when Mallard retired, Ali bought the business. Last year, she decided to open the cafe…

Tea shop-Wuyutai in Beijing

For the Chinese, tea drinking and tasting are not the same. The former is for refreshment and tonic effect.

Tea cultures around the world. Ganzi, Tibetan Plateau: known for their butter tea

Tea cultures around the world

Tea cultures around the world. Ganzi, Tibetan Plateau: known for their butter tea

Biombo, color natural

Sen Soshitsu XV with potter Richard Milgrim

Chanoyu in Italy - Kei(敬, "respect"

Chanoyu in Italy - Kei 敬, "respect"

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