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Nodate parasol (Normal form)

Formal Nodate parasols (big parasols for Japanese outdoor tea ceremony) used by the head families of tea ceremony is the proud of Hiyoshiya. The Nodate umbrella , as the top-class of Kyoto craft, was developed under the background of

Ahhhhh . . . brings back memories of the most delicious tea I had in Chinatown . . .

Japanese Tea Ceremony - so beautiful and a true art form done properly. January is National Hot Tea Month

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Wagasi [Nerikiri] / "Wagasi" are the confectionery made from the traditional manufacturing process of Japan. / "Wagashi" has many kinds by raw materials, a manufacturing process, a use. / "Wagashi" o (Peanut Butter Mochi)

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virtual-artifacts: “ Odo ware tea bowl with design of heron and reeds century, Edo period Stoneware with cobalt pigment under clear glaze H: W: cm Kochi, Japan ”

Iuchimoto's mug.   vessel , Japan

Iuchimoto's mug. Japan - I like the deep rust colour & non-uniformity of shape @ colour

Japanese Tea Ceremony (Source: Unknown)

Katsuryu, a young maiko who recently made her debut in Kamishichiken prepares to serve matcha tea, Kitano Tenmangu Shrine, Kyoto, Japan

This teapot is called a shiboridashi in Japanese and gaiwan, or lidded bowl, in Chinese.  This teapot is made from stoneware clay, by Talya Giladi,  designed and created to illuminate the complex flavors of any tea brewed inside.

Lid handle idea This teapot is called a shiboridashi in Japanese and gaiwan, or lidded bowl, in Chinese. This teapot is made from stoneware clay, by Talya Giladi, designed and created to illuminate the complex flavors of any tea brewed inside.

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