The Japanese Tea Ceremony is a special ritual that has existed for centuries in Japan. Many versions of this ceremony exist for different purposes, but all show a deep appreciation for the ritual of brewing and serving matcha green tea.
It is essential for a host to show care and appreciation towards their guest during this ceremony that serves as a special way to deepen relationships.
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The different schools that teach the tea ceremony as well as the multitude of venues, tea styles, and seasons during which they take place mean that there is a multitude of styles of a tea ceremony.
However, all tea ceremonies maintain the same basic structure. A host will follow strict protocols in order to brew matcha tea for their guests.
This ritual of preparing matcha green tea for guests may be a small, simple gesture in the eyes of Westerners, but actually includes many precise gestures that take great care and respect to perform.
Not only is this ceremony incredibly difficult to learn and master, but it also involves a spiritual practice to host and attend. Both host and guests are intended to leave behind worldly or surface-level thoughts and respect the beauty and purity of the tea.
This practice shows a lot of care not only for the tea itself but also for the individuals you share it with. The host intends to serve their guests in the most perfect and respectful manner, while guests are gracious and respectful to their host.
Both host and guest show each other great admiration and thus strengthen their relationships with one another.
The Japanese Tea Ceremony is a special and intricate ritual showing care for not only matcha tea and the culture surrounding it but also for both the hosts and guests who take part.
Individuals performing or attending a tea ceremony become closer on a spiritual level by attending one of these beautiful and harmonic practices.
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