In this hardcover gift edition of a classic work, a renowned scholar explains some of the enduring differences between the Eastern and Western minds in terms of the ancient Japanese tea ceremony. Kakuzo Okakura discusses the ritual's formalities and beliefs as well as its origins and history, the imp... read more
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In this hardcover gift edition of a classic work, a renowned scholar explains some of the enduring differences between the Eastern and Western minds in terms of the ancient Japanese tea ceremony. Kakuzo Okakura discusses the ritual's formalities and beliefs as well as its origins and history, the importance of floral arrangement in Japanese life, and related aesthetic and religious values.
Reprint of the Fox, Duffield and Company, New York, 1906 edition.
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