Japanese Tea Ceremony Reading List

Castile, Rand, The Way of Tea. Weatherhill, New York and Tokyo, 1971. ISBN. 0834800594

Castile, Rand (ed), Chanoyu: Japanese Tea Ceremony. Japan House Gallery/Weatherhill, New York and  Tokyo, 1979

Faulkner, Rupert (ed), Tea: East & West. V&A Publications, London, 2003. ISBN. 1851773983

Faulkner, Rupert  Japanese Tea Ceramics in the V&A: Acquisitions of 1877.  V&A Album 4, 1985, pp.284-288

Graham, Patricia J., Tea of the Sages: The Art of Sencha. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, 1998. ISBN. 0824820878

Guth, Christine M.E.,  Art, Tea and Industry; Masuda Takashi and the Mitsui Circle. Princeton University Press, 1993. ISBN. 0691032068

Hayashiya, S. & T. & Nakamura, M., Japanese Arts and the Tea Ceremony. Heibonsha Survey of Japanese Art No.15.  Weatherhill/Heibonsha, New York and Tokyo,  1974

Lee, Sherman E., Tea Taste in Japanese Art. Asia House Gallery, New York, 1963

Pitelka, Morgan, Japanese Tea Culture: Art, History and Practice. Routledge Curzon, London, 2003. ISBN. 0415296870

Sadler, A.L., Cha-No-Yu: The Japanese Tea Ceremony. Charles E. Tuttle, Rutland, Vermont and Tokyo, 1962

Sen, Soshitsu, The Japanese Way of Tea: From its Origins in China to Sen Rikyu. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, 1998

Varley, Paul & Kumakura, Isao, Tea in Japan: Essays on the History of Chanoyu. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, 1984

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The Tiger Who Came To Tea (Hardback)

The Tiger Who Came To Tea (Hardback)

This classic story of Sophie and her extraordinary tea-time guest has been loved by millions of children since it was first published over 30 years ag…

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Fri 13 March 2015 18:30

EVENING EVENT: While Design Culture Salon 10 looked at the concept of movement in urban culture, this salon focuses on spaces of immobility to reveal some of the inconsistencies and resistances in contemporary design culture.

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