Cha-no-yu = 茶乃湯 : tea cult of Japan

by Yasunosuke Fukukita

[目次]

  • CONTENTS
  • Introductory:
  • Appreciation by Baron Masuda / 1
  • Slow to Conversion,by Mr.Ginjiro Fujihara
  • The Views of an Expert,by Mr.Soan Yoshio Takahashi
  • The Author's Acknowledgements
  • I
  • I Cha‐no‐yu an Aesthetic Pastime / 3
  • II Introduction of Tea from China / 7
  • III Early Masters and Patrons of Cha‐no‐yu / 11
  • II
  • I Invitation to Cha‐no‐yu / 27
  • II Yoritsuki,the Waiting‐Place / 31
  • III Roji,the Garden Path / 35
  • IV Chashitsu or Chaseki,the Tea‐Room / 41
  • V Meal Served in the Kaiseki Style / 47
  • VI Tea Ceremony Proper in which Koicha is Served / 53
  • VII Usucha,or Thin Tea / 63
  • VIII How the Hard‐Working Host Enjoys the Entertainment / 69
  • III
  • I Traditions and Ideals of Cha‐no‐yu / 75
  • II Cha‐no‐yu on a Larger Scale / 93
  • III Training in the Etiquette of Serving Powdered Tea / 99
  • IV Conclusion / 105
  • Appendices
  • Notes on Treasured Utensils / 16
  • Bibliography / 22
  • Glossary / 26
  • Index / 34
  • The Illustrations
  • Nature and Art in the Cha‐no‐yu Garden of Mr.Fujihara / Frontispiece
  • Hatsuhana‐Caddy of Chinese Origin,property of Prince Tokugawa(See Notes on Treasures) / Frontispiece
  • Asukagawa Caddy,property of Count Tadamichi Sakai(See Notes on Treasures) / Frontispiece
  • Verses inscribed on two sides of the Case for the Asukagawa Caddy / Frontispiece
  • The Korean Bowl,Kizayemon Ido,property of the Kyoto Temple,Koho‐an(See Notes on Treasures) / Frontispiece
  • Koyetsu's Fuji,a specimen of Raku Ware,property of Count Tadamasa Sakai(See Notes on Treasures) / Frontispiece
  • A typical Cha‐no‐yu House / 3
  • In the Tea Plantation where the choicest leaves are picked for Cha‐no‐yu. / 7
  • Relative sizes of Cha‐no‐yu Utensils / 11
  • Guest at the low Entrance to Tea‐room / 27
  • Where Guests are first received,the Waiting‐room / 31
  • Place of Purification in a Cha‐no‐yu Garden / 35
  • Sword‐rack outside Tea‐house,and the Tomeishi,the stone tied with rope as a guide for Guests / 37
  • Hostess performing Ritual of Cha‐no‐yu / 41
  • Service‐room adjoining Tea‐room / 45
  • How the Host hands the Kaiseki Tray / 47
  • Arrangement of Bowls and Hashi placed in front of Guests in Kaiseki. / 50
  • Host and Guests in Tea‐room / 53
  • Silvery Notes from the Gong call the Guests to the Tea‐house / 56
  • Charcoal Basket with Kettle‐rings,Tongs and Featherbrush / 58
  • Tea Master,in meditative attitude,before he serves the waiting Guests. / 63
  • Bench in Garden where the Guests await the signal to proceed to the Tea‐room / 69
  • Tokonoma(alcove)of a Tea‐room,with a few Flowers,arranged in a Bamboo Vase / 75
  • Plan of a Cha‐no‐yu House / 81
  • The historic Kettle,Miyajima,property of Baron Masuda(See Notes on Treasures) / 84
  • Cha‐no‐yu House in Baron Masuda's Tokyo Garden / 93
  • Practising the Art of serving Cha‐no‐yu / 99
  • Brocade Bags for Tea Caddies
  • when cord is tied in knot,the Caddy is full
  • when loose,it is empty / 100
  • Taikyo‐an,or Great‐Void Hut,Tea‐house of Koyetsu,recently rebuilt in Kyoto / 105

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書名 Cha-no-yu = 茶乃湯 : tea cult of Japan
著作者等 福喜多 靖之助
by Yasunosuke Fukukita
書名ヨミ Cha-no-yu = チャノユ : tea cult of Japan
書名別名 茶乃湯

Cha-no-yu
出版元 Maruzen
刊行年月 1932.9
ページ数 111p
大きさ 25cm
NCID BA11808274
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全国書誌番号
22036997
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言語 英語
出版国 日本
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