Wabi Sabi #Tea #Te'

Wabi Sabi #Tea #Te'

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Furo Season (brazier on floor to left) Woman Performing Japanese Tea Ceremony

Furo Season (brazier on floor to left) Woman Performing Japanese Tea Ceremony

Moon-viewing festival (Tsuki-mi), usually in September. Jugoya the month of the moon dumpling lunar eight May fifteenth day , there is a custom of dedicate the September thirteenth day called pampas grass and dumplings with the waxing gibbous moon of , potatoes , beans , and chestnuts . The shape of the dumpling is Kanto round , Kansai is walnut with bean paste in the form of taro .

Moon-viewing festival (Tsuki-mi), usually in September. Jugoya the month of the moon dumpling lunar eight May fifteenth day , there is a custom of dedicate the September thirteenth day called pampas grass and dumplings with the waxing gibbous moon of , potatoes , beans , and chestnuts . The shape of the dumpling is Kanto round , Kansai is walnut with bean paste in the form of taro .

The Japanese see a rabbit in the moon.  Pounded rice "dango" balls are traditional moon-gazing fare

The Japanese see a rabbit in the moon. Pounded rice "dango" balls are traditional moon-gazing fare

Chabako tea ceremony with cherry blossoms, Hasselt

Chabako tea ceremony with cherry blossoms, Hasselt

Hatsugama @ fujijardins

Hatsugama @ fujijardins

Sadoh, Tea ceremony. must be at Hatsugama, the First Tea Ceremony at the New Year.

Sadoh, Tea ceremony. must be at Hatsugama, the First Tea Ceremony at the New Year.

Robiraki: Opening of the Hearth | Explore and Eat

Robiraki: Opening of the Hearth | Explore and Eat

Robiraki: Opening of the Hearth | Explore and Eat

Robiraki: Opening of the Hearth | Explore and Eat

A leaf cover for the tea ceremony water jar, "habuta mizusashi"

A leaf cover for the tea ceremony water jar, "habuta mizusashi"

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