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A selection of Books Related to Chado, the Japanese Tea Ceremony

      • The Japanese Way of Tea, From its Origins in China to Sen Rikyū. Author: Sen Sōshitsu XV
      • Chanoyu, the Urasenke Tradition of Tea. Author: Soshitsu Sen XV , Translation: Alfred Birnbaum
      • Cha-No-Yu, The Japanese Tea Ceremony. Author: A. L. Sadler
      • The Book of Tea. The classic work on the Japanese Tea Ceremony and the value of beauty. Author: Kakuzo Okakura
      • The Japanese Tea Ceremony, An interpretation for Occidentals. Author: Julia V. Nakamura
      • An Introduction to Japanese Tea Ritual, Author: Jennifer L. Anderson. A view of chado from a cultural anthropologist.
      • Tea in Japan, Essays on the History of Chanoyu, Authors: Paul Varley and Isao Kumakura

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      • Urasenke Chado Textbook, Supervising editors Genshitsu Sen and Sōshitsu Sen. Translation: Urasenke International Association(UIA), Tankosha
      • Sen Genshitsu Talks About The Enjoyment of Tea, Author: Genshitsu Sen. Tankosha
      • What Is Chanoyu? Author: Akira Tani. Translation: Gretchen Mittwer. Tankosha
      • An Introduction to Japanese Tea Ritual. Author: Jennifer L. Anderson, A view of chado from a cultural anthropologist.
      • Tea in Japan, Essays on the History of Chanoyu. Authors: Paul Varley and Isao Kumakura
      • Urasenke Chado Textbook. Supervising editors Genshitsu Sen and Sōshitsu Sen. Translation: Urasenke International Association(UIA). Tankosha
      • Sen Genshitsu Talks About The Enjoyment of Tea. Author: Genshitsu Sen. Tankosha
      • What Is Chanoyu?. Author: Akira Tani. Translation: Gretchen Mittwer. Tankosha