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Ocha | Ocha

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Jan.24.2012
    Japanese cedar.  These chopsticks are used for a meal during ochaji.     I found this site reasonable for those readers not familiar with Ocha or Ochaji.  http://japanese-tea-ceremony.net/       We can use both sides.    The left is...
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Jan.13.2012
  Friday afternoon, I listen to an American haiku and say to a poet friend of mine, “In Japan, we call that a senryu, not haiku.” “After I finish reading this book,” she says lifting a book, “I’ll give it to you.  Tell me what you think?”  The title of the book was something like “...
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Jul.26.2009
Because Sumathi made a request in my blog "Sanskrit," I decided to introduce the best, classic book on ocha (a nickname of Chanoyu 茶の湯).  O is an honorific word to respect the word, cha means tea, and it pronounces like Cha Cha Cha or Chao.  I don't want to confuse you, but first, I want...