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chado

(ˈtʃɑːdəʊ) ,

sado

or

chanoyu

n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) the Japanese tea ceremony
[from Japanese cha or sa tea (from Chinese cha) + way (from Chinese tao); chanoyu literally: tea's hot water]
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Wall panels, an excellent process video and the exhibition set-up emphasised how the teabowl only ever achieves aesthetic value due to its role in the Japanese tea ceremony, the chado or chanoyu.
CHADO tea lounge, which was created five years ago, serves teas from different parts of the world and also offers tea accessories, coffee machines and coffee products for home and office.
The Cha Jing Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Devan Shah, the creator and owner of International Tea Importers (ITI) and Chado Tea Rooms (based in the Los Angeles, Calif, area) during the World Tea Awards.
The Cha Jing Lifetime Achievement Award Devan Shah, the creator and owner of International Tea Importers(ITI) and Chado Tea Rooms, was presented the Cha Jing Lifetime Achievement Award (#ChaJingAward) during the World Tea Awards, for his significant contributions to the tea industry.
Muscat-based Chado Tea Lounge owner Afshin Mohammadi explains: "All teas, to be honest, boast such benefits, as all teas come from the same plant, Camellia Sinensis.
Described as sizzling on the runway, Georgie has strut down the catwalk for world famous designers, including Chado Ralph Rucci, Diane von Furstenberg, Marc Jacobs, Christian Siriano, Oscar de la Renta, and Zang Toi.
Sasaki Sanmi, Chado, the Way of Tea, A Japanese Tea Master's Almanac, Boston; Rutland, Vermont; Tokyo: Charles E Tuttle, 2002.
Chado, the Japanese tea ceremony, completely expresses this view.
The reception will feature tea and treats from Chado teahouse.
552 Seventh Avenue's largest tenant is CHADO Ralph Rucci, the first American designer since Mainbocher to show at the Paris couture collections under his own name.