Cristina Comanac

Cristina Comanac

Cristina Comanac
Mai multe idei de la Cristina
1 Sadouguchi (Host's entrance)  2 Tokobashira (Supporting pilar)  3 Otoshigake (Tokonoma Lintel)  4 Kakejiku (Hanging scroll)  5 Tokogamachi (Tokonoma bottom beam)  6 Temaeza (Tea master's tea mat)

1 Sadouguchi (Host's entrance) 2 Tokobashira (Supporting pilar) 3 Otoshigake (Tokonoma Lintel) 4 Kakejiku (Hanging scroll) 5 Tokogamachi (Tokonoma bottom beam) 6 Temaeza (Tea master's tea mat)

Habitación de té japonesa wabi-sabi • Wabi-sabi inspiring Japanese tea room

Habitación de té japonesa wabi-sabi • Wabi-sabi inspiring Japanese tea room

The Japanese tea ceremony

The Japanese tea ceremony

500px / Photo "TEA Ceremony(茶道)" by Takao Tsushima

500px / Photo "TEA Ceremony(茶道)" by Takao Tsushima

Tea Ceremony(茶道), a traditional Japanese culture

Tea Ceremony(茶道), a traditional Japanese culture

'The Samurai class of feudal Japan was very much linked with the arts of the chanoyu /../ The ceremony typically induced an atmosphere of tranquility, contrasting the qualities of strength and aptitude possessed by each samurai. The art of chanoyu was a form of artistic expression that aimed to develop a sense of natural and simplicity, to experience reality in an utmost disciplined manner.' https://sites.google.com/site/projectsamurai1010/tea-ceremony

'The Samurai class of feudal Japan was very much linked with the arts of the chanoyu /../ The ceremony typically induced an atmosphere of tranquility, contrasting the qualities of strength and aptitude possessed by each samurai. The art of chanoyu was a form of artistic expression that aimed to develop a sense of natural and simplicity, to experience reality in an utmost disciplined manner.' https://sites.google.com/site/projectsamurai1010/tea-ceremony

Chado. The way of tea. A wonderful way to practice mindfulness. http://Silenc.es

Chado. The way of tea. A wonderful way to practice mindfulness. http://Silenc.es

japanese tea ceremony

japanese tea ceremony

The Way of Tea HD - YouTube

The Way of Tea HD - YouTube

茶室「待庵」Tai-an Teahouse, designed by Sen Rikyu, Azuchi-momoyama period, Myokian Temple, Kyoto Prefecture

茶室「待庵」Tai-an Teahouse, designed by Sen Rikyu, Azuchi-momoyama period, Myokian Temple, Kyoto Prefecture