江戸時代の煎茶書における中国明清茶書の受容

比較日本文化学研究 Issue 11 Page 141-157 published_at 2018-03-31
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Title ( jpn )
江戸時代の煎茶書における中国明清茶書の受容
Title ( eng )
Acceptance of the tea books of the Ming-Qing dynasties in the sencha tea books of the Edo dynasty
Creator
LI Wenyu
Source Title
比較日本文化学研究
Issue 11
Start Page 141
End Page 157
Journal Identifire
[PISSN] 1882-8701
[NCID] AA1234386X
Abstract
In addition to the matcha tea ceremony, the sencha tea ceremony is another popular Japanese tea ceremony. In the matcha tea ceremony, tea leaves milled into powder are dissolved in hot water before drinking. In contrast, the sencha tea ceremony uses leaf tea instead of powdered tea. The sencha tea ceremony was introduced to Japan, during Nagasaki's Toojin trade with China in the Edo period. The ceremony was established by absorbing the fashionable tea culture of China during the Ming and Qing dynasties. There were about ten tea books written about sencha tea following the Edo period in Japan, which quoted several passages from Chinese tea books published during the Ming-Qing dynasties. The authors of these tea books agreed with some parts of the quotes, but refuted other parts according to their own experience or knowledge. These quotes provide several clues to the special characteristics of the Japanese sencha tea ceremony, which were studied by investigating the differences between the tea books of the Ming-Qing dynasties and Japanese sencha tea books.
Keywords
Sencha ceremony
tea books of Ming • Qing dynasty
Acceptance
Specialty
Language
jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publisher
広島大学大学院文学研究科総合人間学講座
Date of Issued 2018-03-31
Rights
Copyright (c) 2018 広島大学大学院文学研究科総合人間学講座
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access
Source Identifier
[ISSN] 1882-8701
[NCID] AA1234386X