Tea At Koken: A Japanese Tea Ceremony By Joy Mari Sato in the Wet Mountains of Colorado •
Produced by Smokemuse • Cameras by Don Goede & Justin Kovach •
A beautiful edit by Justin Kovach
It's a form of zen and meditiation. Practising something till you can come close to perfection focuses the mind and soul.
Making tea isn't really the goal.
It shows the dedication and self discipline that is very intensely focussed on in Japanese tradition.
The position she is sitting in is very formal but honestly is very uncomfortable, and to be able to professionally show such grace and delicacy is a rare attribute.
|Side Handle Japanese Tea Pot with Kannon and Rakan|
Time Remaining: 1h 9m
|Old or Antique Japanese Imari Porcelain Tea Pot Signed|
Time Remaining: 7h 42m
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|Tea Pot Blue Ceramic ART DECO Japanese White Excellent|
Time Remaining: 9h 42m
|Japanese vase and tea pot|
Time Remaining: 10h 49m
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Originally posted 2011-03-23 19:07:25. Republished by Blog Post Promoter