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cha·no·yu

 (chä′nô-yo͞o′)
[Japanese cha no yu : cha, tea (from a Chinese source, perhaps Early Mandarin h, also the source of Mandarin chá, from Middle Chinese drε⋮, perhaps ultimately a borrowing of a word in a Tibeto-Burman language of southwest China derived from Proto-Tibeto-Burman *la, leaf, also the source of Burmese lə- in lə-phak, tea) + no, possessive particle + yu, hot water.]
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Noun1.chanoyu - an ancient ritual for preparing and serving and drinking teachanoyu - an ancient ritual for preparing and serving and drinking tea
ceremony - any activity that is performed in an especially solemn elaborate or formal way; "the ceremony of smelling the cork and tasting the wine"; "he makes a ceremony of addressing his golf ball"; "he disposed of it without ceremony"
Nihon, Nippon, Japan - a constitutional monarchy occupying the Japanese Archipelago; a world leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building
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In mid-July, Taiga, Syo and Toshi traveled to New York City for a tea show at the Urasenke Chanoyu Center in Manhattan.
The Embassy of Japan organized a live demonstration of Chanoyu or Sado (Japanese Tea Ceremony) here at the residence of Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan to acquaint the Pakistani people with yet another important facet of Japanese culture and its civilization which was very unique and traditional.
Islamabad -- The Embassy of Japan organized a live demonstration of Chanoyu or Sado (Japanese Tea Ceremony) here at the residence of Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan on Thursday 11th May 2017 to acquaint the Pakistani people with yet another important facet of Japanese culture and its civilization which is very unique and traditional.
The event will kick off with three workshops - lampshade making, upcycling, and a traditional Japanese Chanoyu tea ceremony.
Se necesitaba, por tanto, al menos un dojuku para preparar el altar, un rapado para la ceremonia del chanoyu y para los mensajes, dos tonabaras para recibir a los visitantes, servir a la mesa, trabajar en la cocina, etc.
Why do millions of Japanese practice chanoyu, the venerable tea ceremony-cum-performance art, when one can make a cup of tea with a tea bag in minutes?
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.
It is related in style to other traditional Japanese arts such as Ikebana, Sumi-e (black ink painting) and Chanoyu (the tea ceremony).
Sen looked at me with some alarm: How can the chanoyu or ancient art of tea be influenced by a Roman Catholic ritual?
Japanese tea ceremony, or Chanoyu, is a performing art of preparing and presenting powdered green tea in a very stylized and aesthetic fashion.
Two pleasures not to be missed here are the daily chanoyu (traditional tea ceremony) and a cocktail in the Old Imperial Bar, an elegant Art Deco space containing pieces of murals and terracotta tiles from the original building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923.
This is especially true of the Japanese chanoyu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] developed under Sen no Rikyu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1522-91).