Tea Cult of Japan = Cha-no-yu

Japan, 1959

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The Tea Ceremony is an ancient cultural tradition in Japan. It has an almost religious significance, and is approached in this manner by those who take part in it. Traces the history of the Ceremony, its ritual and demonstrates its practice.


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Japan Broadcasting Corporation






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