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Japanese Tea Ceremony

A very complicated form of formal tea etiquette, known in Japan as 'cha-no-yu'. It was developed as early as the 12th century and has spiritual and meditative meanings - details include precise methods for handling the tea bowl, the utensils used and in the sipping of tea.

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