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Utensils Used in Japanese Tea Ceremony - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Japanese tea ceremony is a beautiful and intricate ritual that goes far beyond the simple drinking of tea. It can take hours to complete. Much of the detail comes ...
http://coffeetea.about.com/library/weekly/aautensils.htm
Sencha Japanese Tea Definition and Recipes
Traditionally speaking, Sencha is a green tea from Japan. It is made from leaves of Japanese tea bush varietals such as Yabukita (North of the Bamboo Forest).
http://coffeetea.about.com/od/Tea-Glossary/g/Sencha.htm
Gyokuro Japanese Green Tea - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Unlike sencha green teas, gyokuros are grown under straw mats for two to three weeks before harvest. Learn more about Gyokuro green tea and see a photo of ...
http://coffeetea.about.com/od/advancedtea/ig/Japanese-Green-Tea-Images/Gyokuro-Green-Tea.htm
Japanese Tea Pronunciation - Japanese Language - About.com
Japanese tea is getting popular these days. This page helps you to learn how to pronounce various Japanese teas.
http://japanese.about.com/od/japanesecultur1/a/ocha.htm
Japanese Tea - Japanese Food - About.com
Information about Japanese tea - including how to brew green tea.
http://japanesefood.about.com/cs/drinksteas/a/greentea.htm
How to write tea in Japanese - tea in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for tea (cha)
http://japanese.about.com/library/blkod187.htm
Green Tea (Ocha) - Japanese Language - About.com
Tea-picking: Green tea (Ocha) is the main drink of the Japanese people. Picking of the young sprouts and leaves occurs over 3 weeks (mid April-end of May), ...
http://japanese.about.com/library/weekly/aa040798.htm
The Japanese Tea Gardens - San Francisco Travel by About.com
The oldest public Japanese Tea Garden in the United States and one of the top attractions in verdant Golden Gate Park, the San Francisco Japanese Tea ...
http://gosanfrancisco.about.com/od/thingstoseeanddo/a/The-Japanese-Tea-Gardens.htm
Chado: Zen and the Art of The Tea Ceremony - Buddhism - About.com
Beginning about the 9th century, Japanese Buddhist monks who traveled to China to study returned with tea. In the 12th century, Eisai (1141-1215), the first Zen ...
http://buddhism.about.com/od/chanandzenbuddhism/a/chado.htm
Japanese drink - Japanese tea - green tea - Japanese sake ...
Japanese tea and drinks - includes green tea and sake.
http://gojapan.about.com/od/japanesedrink/
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