Japan Tea Party

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Chaji is the traditional tea ceremony and Japanese people often enjoy along with some traditional dishes. Tea được coi như một nghệ thuật, một thú vui tao nhã của người Nhật nên việc chuẩn bị một tiệc trà không những đòi hỏi rất nhiều thời gian mà còn cần phải hết sức chu đáo.


Often homeowners to prepare tea party from the previous day for a tea party star may place a perfect way to detail. Tea must be prepared so that each participant must enjoy tea not only feel the unique flavor of tea that have been brought excitement impression can only be a once in a lifetime. Each tea party bring to enjoy a unique impression can not be mixed

The tea room

Chaji usually held in a room specifically designed for tea. This room is called chashitsu. Often this room located away from residential areas and surrounding gardens.

When visitors come, usually 4 people, they will be led into the living room. Here hanto, assistant to help homeowners in tea party, brought up and invited guests Sayu, Hot water is used to make tea. The guests will select one of them called the main customer. After the customer selected, hanto will lead visitors to a garden sprinklers and no flowers. At the forefront is hanto, The next visitor is turn key and other guests. This garden is called roji, dew garden. Upon entering the garden dew, visitors feel like getting rid of all the dust noisy outside world and lost in a pure space. Guests will sit on the bench long, koshikake machiai, home team, teishu, to.

Nét đẹp trà đạo Nhật

Before you pick landlord, teishu, to wash their hands, dessert with ice water in a small tank, tsukubai tea room booking. Then go through the door between the host, chumon, bowing visitors. No one said a sentence. Homeowners leader, followed hanto, Then turn the main customers are the members of the delegation invited to the tea room. They all walked through the door between – symbolic boundaries between the mundane world and the spiritual world there is a high bar of tea.

The guests and also aide in ice bath to wash their hands before entering the tea room. Tea room door is not very high so visitors here are stooping to bend when passing. This door imply that people involved in the world of tea are equal regardless of social status, high or low. The last person to go over the threshold will be closed again.

In the tea room

The room layout is quite simple. In the room there is a niche called tokonoma. In that alcove hung a picture book, kakemono, be carefully selected employers. This picture shows the tea party theme.

Prior to their seats, guests admire teapot, kama, and kitchen (called a furo if the portable kitchen and called this kind of risk if placed in the background in the winter for heating) previously installed. Guests will be seated according to hierarchical position. Homeowners and guests sat and bowed to each other in turn. The first is between the host and the guest and host, and then the remaining guests.

If the tea party took place in the winter, the kitchen was heading up right after the end of the procedure all guests greet each other in the latter group kitchen after meals. Often, Japanese incense to add to the kitchen to create a solemn atmosphere.


Each guest will be served a meal called chakaiseki. The food is placed on a tray attached to a cedar wooden chopsticks. On trays containing rice in ceramic bowl, miso soup is packed in a lacquer bowl, fish stock, a ceramic disc containing pickles.

Ẩm thục Nhật

Wine sake, traditional wine of Japan, Meals can also be used in.

The meal will include 3 phase. Session 1 called hashiarai, appetizer. Appetizers include Nimono have hot soup in lacquer disc, dishes baked, yakimono, presentation on ceramic plate. Rice cultivation will bring to each person. Finish is appetizer dish kosuimono, Light soup in bowls containing lacquer.

This is followed by the main meal, hassun. Hassun also means wooden tray for food presentation. The name is derived from the traditional hassun worship natural wild Japanese. Meals include 2 dishes. Món uminomono và món yamanimono, Forest seafood and meat, symbolize the abundance of forest and the sea. He will eat all meals in this, by visitors to wine. For Japan, status of wine for everyone to be regarded as a noble position, ensure that the spirit of equality in every tea party people do not distinguish the client will turn to host in a given time.

Finally is cuisine komomono, snacks including red rice and salt in small bowl containing ceramic. This dish symbolizes longevity of rice. Each chopstick bowl will wipe soft paper that they carry. Món omogashi, usually sweets, finished dish meals. Then, host will invite guests to relax in the garden or in the waiting room as he prepared tea.

While visitors to relax, landlord will instead place a vase painting. The room was clean and decorated to create an atmosphere in a room decorated. Often there 13 tea-related items used to decorate the tea room. Most things here are very valuable and highly artistic.


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