Menu
Cart 0

It's All About Tea — japanese ceramics

Simplicity and Seasonality in Japanese Tea Ceremony

Posted by Path of Cha on

Simplicity and Seasonality in Japanese Tea Ceremony

The Japanese tea ceremony follows two main concepts — wabi sabi and ichigo ichie. Wabi-sabi, although hard to define literally, is a concept centered around the appreciation of imperfection. While ichigo ichie is an idiom meaning “one time, one meeting” and emphasizes the fact that each and every meeting is special in that it can only happen once. (Read more)

Read more →

How to Whisk Matcha in Traditional Fashion

Posted by Path of Cha on

How to Whisk Matcha in Traditional Fashion

Globally, the popularity of Matcha has seen constant growth to the point where it is now considered a formal ingredient. It takes beverage form, dessert form, and all forms in between with a variety of temperatures, techniques, and tastes. But here, we'll focus on the most traditional way of preparing matcha, in it's most traditional form: served as a cup of hot tea. (Read More).

Read more →