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Chanoyu. Literally means “hot water for tea” Started by Zen monks as helping monks falling asleep; became increasing into demand for its taste and then spread to monastery and samuri. Ideas of wabi means “beauty that found in poverty and simplicity” such as rough, simple and irregular

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Chanoyu

  • Literally means “hot water for tea”

  • Started by Zen monks as helping monks falling asleep; became increasing into demand for its taste and then spread to monastery and samuri.

  • Ideas of wabi means “beauty that found in poverty and simplicity” such as rough, simple and irregular

  • sabi means beautiful of well-seasoned, refined and rusty things

  • Wabi and sabi refers to a beauty of things modest, humble, and unconventional.

  • Guests: 5 in number

  • Number of sips: 3 and a half



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Hokusai (1760-1849)

  • Hokusai is a master of landscape printing.

  • His famous series is entitled Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji, depicting many post towns between Edo and Kyoto.


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5-31 Hokusai, The Great Wave off Kanagawa, from Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji series

Edo period, ca. 1826-1833


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Hiroshige (1797-1858)

  • He was born in Edo and belonged to the samuri class

  • He was a master of landscape; he tried to covey a sense of the season

  • His last series was entitled One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, depicting activities around the capital city

  • He used linear perspective


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5-32 Ando Hiroshige, Ohashi Bridge in the Rain. From One

Hundred Famous Views of Edo, (1797-1859)


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