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The art of tea: Chado. Anna I. Nadeen A. Period 7 World Cultures . History of Chado. People in China drank tea for flavor Tea was first imported from China to Japan Tea was one of the first medicines to be used in Japan Tea is one of the main drinks in China and Japan.

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the art of tea chado

The art of tea: Chado

Anna I.

Nadeen A.

Period 7

World Cultures

history of chado
History of Chado
  • People in China drank tea for flavor
  • Tea was first imported from China to Japan
  • Tea was one of the first medicines to be used in Japan
  • Tea is one of the main drinks in China and Japan
instructions and materials for tea
Instructions and Materials for Tea
  • Anyone who chooses the path of tea must clear their minds of worry
  • If 5 guests are attending, the host focuses on the first
  • The first guest does not have the privilege to drink tea first
the 4 principles of tea
The 4 Principles of Tea
  • 1st principle- WA= harmony
  • 2nd principle- KEI= respect
  • 3rd principle- SEI= purity
  • 4th principle- JYAKU= tranquility
preparation for the tea ceremony
Preparation for the Tea Ceremony
  • You must scoop water with a bamboo dipper and wash your hands and mouth this occurs before entering into the tea room to “purify” yourself before entering the ceremony
  • You must wait outside until wooden clappers are sounded signaling you to come into the tea ceremony 
what occurs during the tea ceremony
What Occurs During the Tea Ceremony
  • The first person attending the tea ceremony drinks from the tea bowl and takes three sips, wipes the rim of the bowl and passes on the bowl
  • During the tea ceremony no trivial gossip, or flattery talk was permitted
thanks
Thanks

CHADO- THE ART OF TEA