Japanese Tea Ceremony in Nagano
I hope you all had a great New Years. I spent mine in Nagano. It was very cold, but it was also very beautiful. It snowed the first night I was there and reached below 0 degrees Celsius every night. The last day we were there we visited my Aunt in law who teaches tea ceremony. We actually went there to eat Sukiyaki, but she also made us tea.
I recorded the entire thing and made a video. I hope you enjoy it. Japanese tea ceremony is very unique and each movement has a meaning. The room itself is designed in the traditional style and has a very old feeling to it.
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