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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • First began in China
    • Brought to Japan in 7 th Century
    • Was used in many ways such as medicine
    • Made in different ways in Japan and China.
    • Had it’s own qualities in each country
    • Tea ceremony began in 1227: Included contests, drinking, gambling, and poetry
  • 3.
    • Tea is called Chado
    • Chado means the “Way of the Tea”
    • Tea was first of all medicine
    • The four main principles of tea are Wa, Kei, Sei, and Jyaku (harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility)
    • Tea Ceremony is more popular today than ever
    • Tea was valued among samurai
  • 4.
    • Guests take off shoes when entering
    • Tea Room is called Chashitsu
    • Had simple styles and colors
    • Too many decorations distract participants
    • Tea Room is neat, organized, and clean
    • Tatami are positioned on the floor: A tatami is a mat that guests sit on
  • 5.
    • Considered an art
    • Valued among samurai
    • Considered great accomplishment to master rituals of making and serving tea
    • Practicing of tea ceremony showed a warriors’ taste and manners
    • Relaxing experience for participants
    • Some samurai became masters of the art
  • 6.
    • Host ensures that every aspect goes undisturbed
    • Attendees must arrive on time
    • Guests must wash hands and face
    • Guests may not trivially gossip
    • Guests may only take three sips of tea before cup refilled
    • Smoking was prohibited
    • Guests must thank host three to four days after ceremony
  • 7.
    • Tea ceremony is celebrated world wide
    • Enjoyed by all ages
    • Guests must follow all rules to tea ceremony
    • The tea ceremony is a beautiful addition to the culture of Japan and China
  • 8.  

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