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In the book, Chabana-Kogiroku (lectures on flowers for the Japanese tea ceremony) published in 1927, Sensho explained that the balance between flowers and its vase are the first to note, and that the height, the inclination and the width should be noticed next.

Chabana-Kogiroku (lectures on flowers for the Japanese tea ceremony) published in Sensho explained that the balance between flowers and its vase are the first to note, and that the height, the inclination and the width should be noticed next.

Flowers for Japanese Tea Ceremony (Chabana). Camellia japonica and Prunus mume. The type of tea used in the well-known the Japanese way of tea Chado is generally matcha, or powdered green tea. For samurai warriors, for whom being prepared to die in battle at any time was part of their code, Chado was the highest form of hospitality. It was also considered a form of hospitality symbolizing the most powerful way to communicate with your guest.

Flowers for Japanese Tea Ceremony (Chabana). Camellia japonica and Prunus mume. Chado was the highest form of hospitality.

茶室 Chashitsu (Tea room) : 掛け物 Kakemono (hanging scroll) and 茶花 Chabana (flower arrangement for tea ceremony) in Tokonoma 床の間 (alcove in a reception room).

茶室 Chashitsu (Tea room) : 掛け物 Kakemono (hanging scroll) and 茶花 Chabana (flower arrangement for tea ceremony) in Tokonoma 床の間 (alcove in a reception room). can have high contrast but window must be larger to illuminate the room

A chabana, flower arrengement for the tea ceremony. © Flavio Gallozzi - All rights reserved

A chabana, flower arrengement for the tea ceremony. © Flavio Gallozzi - All rights reserved

Chabana (Tea Flowers) is the simple style of flower arrangement used in tea ceremony. Chabana has its roots in Ikebana, which itself has roots in Shinto and Buddhism. Unlike Ikebana which often uses shallow, wide dishes, Chabana uses tall and narrow vases which are made from natural materials such as bamboo, as well as metal or ceramic, but rarely glass.

Japanese tea ceremony Decorative objects in the tea room, decoration such as chabana and kakejiku hanging scroll placed in the room during the Japanese tea ceremony

✿ ❤ Ikebana |  Japanese art of flower arrangement. project t's packaging is inspired by Japanese art.

Cherry Blossom Week: Ikebana Origami

seasonal flowers arranged for a tea ceremony

seasonal flowers arranged for a tea ceremony

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