Entrance of Japanese tea room is a low door, symbolizing that all who enter have to lower themselves to enter, regardless of their rank or status.

Entrance of Japanese tea room is a low door, symbolizing that all who enter have to lower themselves to enter, regardless of their rank or status.

hikidashi chawan by akira satake

hikidashi chawan by akira satake

Namagashi, Hama Rikyu Teahouse, Tokyo | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Namagashi, Hama Rikyu Teahouse, Tokyo | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Oribe Ware(Black Oribe),17th century,Japan

Oribe Ware(Black Oribe),17th century,Japan

茶室 [文彩庵/SHUHALLY]

茶室 [文彩庵/SHUHALLY]

Flower bamboo vase with side opening by Sen no Rikyu (1522-1592), Japan 竹一重切花入 千利休

Flower bamboo vase with side opening by Sen no Rikyu (1522-1592), Japan 竹一重切花入 千利休

Rikyu tea ceremony cup in collection of British Museum

Rikyu tea ceremony cup in collection of British Museum

Katsura Rikyu, Kyoto

Katsura Rikyu, Kyoto

Oribe type. Mino Ware, ceramic. Momoyama period, 17th century. Donated by the Okaya Family. http://www.tokugawa-art-museum.jp/english/parmanent/room2/cya7.html

Oribe type. Mino Ware, ceramic. Momoyama period, 17th century. Donated by the Okaya Family. http://www.tokugawa-art-museum.jp/english/parmanent/room2/cya7.html

Kuro-oribe tea bowl 黒織部茶碗「富貴」 kuro-oribe (a type of oribe ware with black glaze) Handeishi Kawakita 1878〜1963 川喜田半泥子

Kuro-oribe tea bowl 黒織部茶碗「富貴」 kuro-oribe (a type of oribe ware with black glaze) Handeishi Kawakita 1878〜1963 川喜田半泥子

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