The Japanese Philosophy of Tea

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Japanese philosophies are so unique. Historically, they linked wisdom to different objects as a metaphor, and that’s what I really like about them. A great example is the process of making a katana, turns out, it is a philosophy in itself.

You probably heard about Japanese tea traditions. But I wanted to dig a bit deeper and see what’s the purpose behind…

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