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The Medieval History of Japanese Tea – Tales of the Samurai #4

This episode we talk about the development of tea culture and the tea ceremony during the 15th and 16th century. Tea as an art began to develop throughout the late 15th and early 16th century into an activity that brought commoners, aristocrats, and Daimyo together in the tea rooms across Japan, and tea masters such as Murata Shuko, Takeno Joo, and Sen no Rikyu came to prominence.

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