Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 7

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 7

The Book of Tea is an essay written by Kakuzo Okakura in 1906. It’s considered one of the classics of tea culture and has held a wide influence for more than a century. In his essay, Okakura addresses us (the Western audience) and discusses the role of tea in Japanese culture. In this seventh part, Okakura discusses the influence of the Tea Masters on Japanese history, culture and society, and closes with Rikiu.

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 6

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 6

The Book of Tea is an essay written by Kakuzo Okakura in 1906. It’s considered one of the classics of tea culture and has held a wide influence for more than a century. In his essay, Okakura addresses us (the Western audience) and discusses the role of tea in Japanese culture.

So to give you something interesting to read, I’m sharing his work here. Each week I release a new section, doing my best to illuminate the passages with images & highlighting quotations I find interesting.

We continue now with the sixth part: “Flowers”.

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 5

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 5

The Book of Tea is an essay written by Kakuzo Okakura in 1906. It’s considered one of the classics of tea culture and has held a wide influence for more than a century. In his essay, Okakura addresses us (the Western audience) and discusses the role of tea in Japanese culture.

So to give you something interesting to read, I’m sharing his work here. Each week I release a new section, doing my best to illuminate the passages with images & highlighting quotations I find interesting.

We continue now with the fifth part: “Art Appreciation”.

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 4

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 4

The Book of Tea is an essay written by Kakuzo Okakura in 1906. It’s considered one of the classics of tea culture and has held a wide influence for more than a century. In his essay, Okakura addresses us (the Western audience) and discusses the role of tea in Japanese culture.

So to give you something interesting to read, I’m sharing his work here. Each week I release a new section, doing my best to illuminate the passages with images & highlighting quotations I find interesting.

We continue now with the fourth part: “The Tea-Room”.

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 3

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 3

The Book of Tea is an essay written by Kakuzo Okakura in 1906. It’s considered one of the classics of tea culture and has held a wide influence for more than a century. In his essay, Okakura addresses us (the Western audience) and discusses the role of tea in Japanese culture.

So to give you something interesting to read, I’m sharing his work here. Each week I release a new section, doing my best to illuminate the passages with images & highlighting quotations I find interesting.

We continue now with the third part: “Taoism & Zennism”.

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 2

Kakuzo Okakura’s The Book of Tea Part 2

The Book of Tea is an essay written by Kakuzo Okakura in 1906. It’s considered one of the classics of tea culture and has held a wide influence for more than a century. In his essay, Okakura addresses us (the Western audience) and discusses the role of tea in Japanese culture.

So to give you something interesting to read, I’m sharing his work here. Each week I release a new section, doing my best to illuminate the passages with images & highlighting quotations I find interesting.

We continue now with the second part: “The Schools of Tea”.