About the Book
The Perfect Japanese Tea Ceremony bowl is as elusive today as it as been for a millennium. The present journey carries the reader from the capital city of Canada - to a rural area in central Japan, and back again.
This 80-page tale of Tea and Bowls is recounted by Cultural Anthropologist, Artist, Educator and Omotesenke Tea Practitioner Rebecca Lyn Cragg (B.A.H., M.A., B.Ed.), and photographed by Adventurer, Mountaineering Photographer and Author of The Tea Horse Route, Jeff Fuchs.
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Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Mar 09, 2009
- Tags rebecca cragg, camellia teas of Ottawa, tea ceremony, jeff fuchs, carrie leavoy, mudpies pottery, wakayama city, Japanese brush painting, ink painting, Japan, Japanese, chawan, chasen, omotesenke, tea, matcha, ceramic, sumie, suibokuga