Tea ceremony
A tea ceremony is a ritualized form of making tea practiced in the East Asian cultural sphere by the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese and Vietnamese tea ceremony. The tea ceremony, also called th...
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Trekking Nepal’s forgotten teahouse route
Hiking this challenging trail around Mt Kanchenjunga yields rewards that more popular routes don’t, including stays in traditional teahouses that few foreigners ever see.
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Japanese tea ceremony
The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea. In Japanese, it is called ch...
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Hong Kong-style milk tea
Hong Kong-style milk tea is a kind of drink originated in Hong Kong, which is made from black tea and milk (usually evaporated milk or condensed milk). It is usually part of lunch in Hong Kong tea cul...
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Trekking Nepal’s forgotten teahouse route
Hiking this challenging trail around Mt Kanchenjunga yields rewards that more popular routes don’t, including stays in traditional teahouses that few foreigners ever see.
Salvation Army Waiʻoli Tea Room
Salvation Army Waiʻoli Tea Room is located at 2950 Mānoa Road, at the intersection of Oahu Avenue, in the City and County of Honolulu, on the island of Oahu, in the U.S. state of Hawaii. It was added ...
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Tanabe Art Museum
The Tanabe Art Museum (田部美術館, Tanabe Bijutsukan) was established in Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, Japan in 1979. Designed by Kiyonori Kikutake and with a total floor area of 854 sqm, it houses a...
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Yum cha
Yum cha (simplified Chinese: 饮茶; traditional Chinese: 飲茶), also known as ban ming (品茗), is a southern Chinese style morning or afternoon tea, which involves drinking Chinese tea and eating dim...
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Tocha (game)
Tōcha (闘茶) was a Japanese pastime based on the identification of different types of tea.Similar gatherings existed in China before the custom arose in Japan in the Kamakura period. However, wherea...
Southern Record
Southern Record (南方録, Nanpōroku) is a purported book of secrets describing the teachings of the tea saint, Sen no Rikyū. After the death of Rikyu, the book was lost with its author, Nanbo Soke...
Dim sum
Dim sum /ˈdɪmˈsʌm/ (simplified Chinese: 点心; traditional Chinese: 點心; pinyin: Diǎnxīn) is a style of Cantonese or Hokkien food prepared as small bite-sized or individual portions of food tr...
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Hong Kong tea culture
The tea-drinking habits of Hong Kong residents derive from Chinese tea culture. After more than 150 years of British rule, however, they have changed somewhat to become unique in the world. This uniqu...
Taiwanese tea culture
Taiwanese tea culture includes tea arts, traditional tea ceremonies, and the social aspects of tea consumption. While the most common teas consumed in Taiwan are oolongs (especially Taiwanese oolongs...
Lu-Yu Tea Culture Institute
Lu-Yu Tea Culture Institute, previously known as Lu Yu Tea Art Center, provides education in tea arts (including tea marketing, design of tea ware, and tea brewing techniques) and promotes the drinkin...
Roji
Roji (露地), lit. 'dewy ground', is the Japanese term used for the garden through which one passes to the chashitsu for the tea ceremony. The roji generally cultivates an air of simplicity.
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Tea house
A tea house or tea room is an establishment which primarily serves tea and other refreshments. Although its function varies widely depending on the culture, tea houses often serve as centers of socia...
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Tatung Institute of Commerce and Technology
Tatung Institute of Commerce and Technology (TTC; Chinese: 大同技術學院; pinyin: Dàtóng Jìshù Xuéyuàn) is an educational institution based in East District, Chiayi City, Taiwan. It has five new depa...
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Tsuda Sōgyū
Tsuda Sōgyū (津田 宗及, died 1591) belonged to the influential family of merchants of Sakai whose business name was Tennōjiya. Together with his father, Tsuda Sōtatsu, he built the Tennōjiya into one ...
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Takeno Jōō
Takeno Jōō (武野 紹鴎, 1502-1555) was a master of the tea ceremony and a well-known merchant during the Sengoku period of the 16th century in Japan. His name has come down in Japanese cultural history...
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Seven necessities
The seven necessities (Chinese: 開門七件事) stem from the phrase "Firewood, rice, oil, salt, sauce, vinegar and tea are the seven necessities to begin a day". The items were known as early as the Song dyna...
Ikkyū
Ikkyū (一休宗純, Ikkyū Sōjun, 1394–1481) (self-named: "Crazy Cloud") was an eccentric, iconoclastic Japanese Zen Buddhist monk and poet. He had a great impact on the infusion of Japanese art and ...
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Gaiwan
A gaiwan is a Chinese lidded bowl used for the infusion of tea leaves and the consumption of tea. It was invented during the Ming dynasty. It consists of a bowl, a lid, and a saucer.
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Lei cha
Lei cha (Chinese: 擂茶; pinyin: léi chá; literally "pounded tea") or ground tea is a traditional Han-Chinese tea-based beverage or gruel. The custom of Lei cha began in the Three Kingdoms peri...
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