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Title: Top 10 Facts About Preparing Matcha The Japanese Way


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Top 10 Facts
About Preparing Matcha
The Japanese Way
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I. The Japanese Tea Ceremony
Chanoyu, Sado or Ocha in Japanese refer to the
Japanese tea ceremony where green tea, called
Matcha is  served. 
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It is a ritual that is almost like a dance, with
each step and gesture totally focused on the
guests who are called Shokyaku. 
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The placement of tea utensils during a ceremony
is important. Tea is also served with other
Japanese sweets.
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II. History of the Japanese Tea Ceremony
From China, tea seeds were brought to Japan.
They were grown in Buddhist  temples and drank by
monks for medicinal purposes. 
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III. Types of Japanese Tea Ceremony
There are different kinds of ceremonies depending
on the occasion, time and season.
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IV. Preparing Tea
Preparing tea is simple but each step involves
standard movements and proper utensil placement
on the tatami mat.
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V. Equipment used (temae)
Dogu refers to equipment used during the tea
ceremony.
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VI. Equipment for Guests
There are different types of equipment used.
Kaishi paper is brought by all guests and
sometimes by the Teishu (host) himself. 
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VII. Rank of Tea Ceremony Utensils
The order by which utensils are used depends on
the occasion and the season.
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VIII. Room Preparation
The Chashitsu must be cleaned. Sweeping must be
done and the
Tatami floor mats wiped
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IX. Chashitsu Tea Rooms
Rooms have different sizes. Names depend on the
number or arrangement of Tatami mats.
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X. Etiquette for Guests
Every tea ceremony has a different etiquette to
be observed by
guests.
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Find more information about Japanese Tea
Ceremonies on our Website
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