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The name Tea Ceremony in Chinese / Japanese...

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Elements of the Tea Ceremony

Wa Kei Sei Jaku

 wa kei sei jaku
Elements of the Tea Ceremony Scroll

和, 敬, 清, 寂 or Wa, Kei, Sei, Jaku are the principles of the way of tea or 茶道.

The meanings are:
Harmony 和 (wa).
Respect 敬 (kei).
Purity 清 (sei).
Tranquility 寂 (jaku).

These principles or tenets were created by tea master Sen Rikyu (1522-1591). More about these ideas: Chanoyu

See Also:  The Way of Tea

The Way of Tea

 chá dào
 cha dou
The Way of Tea Scroll

茶道 means The Way of Tea (literally, “tea way”) in Chinese and Japanese.

This may refer to a tea ceremony or a general lifestyle of tea preparation and drinking.

In Japanese, this can be pronounced sadō or chadō (seems that sadō refers more often to a tea ceremony, and chadō when it's the Way of Tea).

茶道 is also used in the Buddhist context with the same meaning as the Way of Tea.

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chá dào
    cha2 dao4
ch`a tao
    cha tao
 sadou(p); chadou(ok)(p) / sado(p); chado(ok)(p)
    さどう(P); ちゃどう(ok)(P)

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The Way of Tea
Japanese tea ceremony; sado
tea ceremony; Way of Tea; sadō; (place-name) Chadō
the way of tea


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 wakeiseijaku / wakesejaku

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Elements of the Tea Ceremony
(yoji) harmony, respect, purity and tranquility; the four most important elements of the tea ceremony

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 taku(p); shoku
    たく(P); しょく
(1) table; desk; (counter) (2) (たく only) counter for tables, desks, etc.; (3) (しょく only) {Buddh} offering table before an altar (sometimes used in tea ceremony); (4) (しょく only) (abbreviation) (See 卓香炉) tabletop incense burner; (given name) Masaru
Lofty, tall erect.

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 ryou / ryo
hut; shack; small window; variant of 僚[liao2]
(1) hostel; dormitory; (2) (archaism) (See 律令制) bureau (government department beneath a ministry under the ritsuryō system); (3) (archaism) (See 茶寮・1) tea-ceremony room; (4) (archaism) (See 別荘・1) villa; (surname, given name) Ryō
A hut, study, monastery; fellow-student.

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 natsume; natsume
    なつめ; ナツメ
(bound form) jujube; Chinese date (Zizyphus jujuba)
(1) (kana only) jujube (Ziziphus jujuba); Chinese date; red date; (2) small tea caddy (tea ceremony); (surname, female given name) Natsume

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to turn over; to flip over; to overturn; to rummage through; to translate; to decode; to double; to climb over or into; to cross
(irregular okurigana usage) waste-water container (tea ceremony); (surname) Hapaki
繙 To translate, interpret.

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to investigate; to restrain; to scold
(n,suf) (1) stuffing; packing; (2) end (esp. the foot of a bridge); (3) lowest-ranking guest at tea ceremony; (4) tea master; (5) endgame (esp. in shogi or used figuratively); (6) (abbreviation) sweet eel sauce; (7) (archaism) middle-aged woman; (suffix noun) (8) appointment to a particular workplace; (9) using as the sole ground of judgement (judgment); (10) continuing; keep doing for period of time; (surname) Sakizume
to reprove

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(ancient weight); metal ring
(1) ring; link; (2) open spirals of heavy metal wire twisted into a kettle and used to lift it (tea ceremony); (given name) Tamaki
A metal ring; a ring.


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(1) (polite language) tea (usu. green); (2) tea break (at work); (3) tea ceremony


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(1) lowest-ranking guest at tea ceremony; (2) tea master


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qī shì
    qi1 shi4
ch`i shih
    chi shih
(archaic) the seven duties of a sovereign
(abbreviation) (See 七事式・しちじしき) seven tea ceremony procedures of the Senke school


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silk pouch with drawstring for holding a tea caddy (tea ceremony)


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silk pouch with drawstring for holding a tea caddy (tea ceremony)


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(See 後座・ござ・2) first half of a tea ceremony (in which the charcoal is set and light food served)


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first tea ceremony of New Year


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Senke school of tea ceremony; (personal name) Sen'ya


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large utensil stand (tea ceremony); (female given name) Daiko


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 teicha / techa
(polite language) serving tea (esp. in tea ceremony)


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 sakairyuu / sakairyu
(1) Sakai school of tea ceremony; (2) Sakai school of calligraphy


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jiàn shuǐ
    jian4 shui3
chien shui
Jianshui county in Honghe Hani and Yi autonomous prefecture, Yunnan
waste-water container (tea ceremony)


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(noun/participle) (1) rendezvous; meeting; assignation; (2) area where guests gather before the start of a tea ceremony; (3) (abbreviation) waiting room; (4) (archaism) (abbreviation) meeting place for assignations, drinking, etc.; (surname) Machiai



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hòu zuò
    hou4 zuo4
hou tso
back seat; pillion
(1) main performance; headliner; (2) (See 初座) latter half of a formal tea ceremony (in which the tea is actually consumed)


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 gozumi; nochisumi
    ごずみ; のちすみ
(See 後の炭) second adding of charcoal to the fire (in tea ceremony)


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(1) (polite language) tea (usu. green); (2) tea break (at work); (3) tea ceremony


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(1) lowest-ranking guest at tea ceremony; (2) tea master


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 kaishi; futokorogami
    かいし; ふところがみ
(1) paper folded and tucked inside the front of one's kimono (esp. for use at the tea ceremony); (2) paper used for writing tanka


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    chuujiki / chujiki
    chuushoku / chushoku
(1) lunch; midday meal; (2) food served at a tea party (tea ceremony)


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(1) lunch; midday meal; (2) food served at a tea party (tea ceremony)


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(See 詰め・つめ・3,次客・じきゃく,正客・しょうきゃく・1) last guest (tea ceremony); third guest of honour (honor); guest who sits in the seat furthest from the host and assists in various ways


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 matsukaze; shoufuu / matsukaze; shofu
    まつかぜ; しょうふう
(1) (sound of) wind blowing through pine trees; (2) (まつかぜ only) (sound of) steam whistling in a kettle (at a tea ceremony); (3) (まつかぜ only) matsukaze; sugar-glazed cookie sprinkled with sesame or poppy seeds; (place-name, surname) Matsukaze

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Elements of the Tea Ceremony和敬清寂wa kei sei jaku
The Way of Tea茶道cha dou / chadou / cha dochá dào / cha2 dao4 / cha dao / chadaoch`a tao / chatao / cha tao


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