Cha No Yu

Cha No Yu This Disciplined Estheticism, As Expressed In Architecture, Garden Design, Flower Arrangement, Pottery, Painting, And Other Arts Intimately Related With The Cha No Yu, Forms The Focus Of Attention In The First Part Of This Book.The Second Part, Entitled Tea Masters, Presents A Series Of Stories Illustrating The Tea Experiences Of Representative Men Of All Types During The Muromachi, Momoyama, And Tokugawa Periods The Book Is Abundantly Illustrated With Drawings Of Tea Ceremony Furniture And Utensils, Tearoom Architecture And Garden Design, Floor And Ground Plans, And Numerous Other Features Of The Cha No Yu A Number Of Photographic Plates Picture Famous Tea Bowls, Teahouses, And Gardens.

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Cha No Yu book, this is one of the most wanted A.L. Sadler author readers around the world.

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  • Paperback
  • 265 pages
  • Cha No Yu
  • A.L. Sadler
  • English
  • 01 November 2017
  • 0804812241

10 thoughts on “Cha No Yu

  1. says:

    This book was a comprehensive look into everything I wished to know about the ceremony except for the ceremony itself It left me with much information regarding tea rooms, the aesthetic of the ceremony, the different accoutrements, and I feel quite confident that I could even build a historically accurate Japanese tea house if I wanted to Which is pretty cool I was a bit disappointed with the lack of mention on how to perform the ceremony, however The art form takes many years of study to This book was a comprehensive look into everything I wished to know about the ceremony except for the ceremony itself It left me with much information regarding tea rooms, the aesthetic of the ceremony, the different accoutrements, and I feel quite confident that I could even build a historically accurate Japanese tea house if I wanted to Which is pretty cool I was a bit disappointed with the lack of mention on how to perform the ceremony, however The art form takes many years of study to master, but I wish it left me with at least an overview The book attempts to supplement this with a collection of short stories ABOUT the ceremony, so you can get a feeling for the vibe This is interesting, but it still left me feeling a bit cheated Overall it contained wayinformation than I expected At the same time, I feel that it leaves out critical information on the ceremony itself, and most people picking this book up will want to learn about that It was a fascinati...

  2. says:

    I was not expecting a historical view of the tea ceremony, but that is what this book is The first part reviews the sizes, shapes, and designs of the ancient teahouses in extreme depth This part was a little slow to get through, but the diagrams of the tearooms and pictures of lanterns helped with understanding the dimensions and details that were in the book.The second part was what I found farinteresting It is a compliation of various stories about the tea masters from the 1600 s and I was not expecting a historical view of the tea ceremony, but that is what this book is The first part reviews the sizes, shapes, and designs of the ancient teahouses in extreme depth This part was a little slow t...

  3. says:

    The book does and entertaining job of recounting some of the stories around the Cha no yu, but falls short when it comes to going into detail on the ceremony itself.

  4. says:

    I usually don t read these kinds of books but I m living in Japan at the moment and found it at the library.

  5. says:

    An enjoyable, well put together book on the historic importance and aesthetic principles of tea Unfortunately, if you ve never actually witnessed a tea ceremony, this book isn t going to do much to help you understand how it s performed The first half of the book delves into the articles used in tea ceremony, the various kinds of gardens, tearooms, lanterns, utensils etc The color photographs are a nice touch, though not as extensive as...

  6. says:

    An excellent guide to the Japanese tea ceremony by the esteemed scholar, A L Sadler First published in 1933, this 1963 second edition, hardback book covers all aspects of the the Japanese tea ceremony and is the one discipline where nearly all aspects of Japanese culture come together Such topics include utensils and pottery etiquette architecture the garden and stone lanterns forms of the ceremony its relation to the Catholic Mass flower arrangements order of the meals guests the An excellent guide to the Japanese tea c...

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