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[Omote senke] portrait of Rikyu (Soeki Sen).  [表千家不審庵]千利休画像

[Omote senke] portrait of Rikyu (Soeki Sen). [表千家不審庵]千利休画像

SEN NO RIKYU, SEN NO RIKYU	1522-1591. Tea practitioner. The founder of the three Sen schools of the Way of Tea (Sado). His name as a child was Yojiro, and his Buddhist name was Soeki. He was born in Sakai, the son of Tanaka Yohei. He learned chanoyu from Takeno Joo and worked as tea master for Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi. He showed an originality which had not been seen in chanoyu before that time and perfected wabicha (tea of quiet taste).

SEN NO RIKYU, SEN NO RIKYU 1522-1591. Tea practitioner. The founder of the three Sen schools of the Way of Tea (Sado). His name as a child was Yojiro, and his Buddhist name was Soeki. He was born in Sakai, the son of Tanaka Yohei. He learned chanoyu from Takeno Joo and worked as tea master for Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi. He showed an originality which had not been seen in chanoyu before that time and perfected wabicha (tea of quiet taste).

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ceremonia del te

shiki-k: “Reposting just because its one of my favorite photoshoots. :D ”

shiki-k: “Reposting just because its one of my favorite photoshoots. :D ”

[Omote senke] Signature of 13rd generation Iemoto Sokuchusai. [表千家]十三代家元 即中斎花押

[Omote senke] Signature of 13rd generation Iemoto Sokuchusai. [表千家]十三代家元 即中斎花押

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baisao: “Tea master, Totoya Hokkei info ”

baisao: “Tea master, Totoya Hokkei info ”

WABI-SABI: Flowers for Tea

WABI-SABI: Flowers for Tea

Japan Photo | tea ceremony = chanoyu 茶の湯 or chado / sado 茶道 traditional art

Japan Photo | tea ceremony = chanoyu 茶の湯 or chado / sado 茶道 traditional art

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