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Chadō, the Japanese Ritual of Tea Drinking


Chadō, or, literally, “the way of tea” refers to a whole philosophy that’s embedded in a tea-drinking ceremony. However, this ceremony goes far beyond the simple act of adding boiling water to tea and serving it. In fact, in Japan, they even study the practice in universities. That’s because, through this ritual, they transmit values such as humility, human connection, honesty, and refinement. Japanese culture fascinates the Western world. We’re attracted by its mysticism, customs, and rituals. Indeed, they represent a society based on respect and a sense of cooperation and self-improvement. One of the most fascinating customs is the one…

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Chantal Maille
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