Chanoyu, widely known as the tea ceremony, developed in Japan in
the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. In it, such ordinary acts of
daily life as serving a meal and tea to guests have been raised to
the status of religious discipline. Wind in the Pines is a
collection of writings that seeks to illuminate the nature and
aesthetics of chanoyu as a Buddhist path.
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