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The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzō
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Oct 02, 2007

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Read in November, 2005

Okakura is a japanese art dealer stayed in US before the WW2, the first to explain the subtle and esoteric meaning of tea, and the philosophy of tea ceremony in japan, including history of tea back to thousands of years ago in china, korea, japan, and the discovery of tea by westerm conquerors that brought the tea to europe and the establishment of tea houses in france.
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