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Azuchi-Momoyama  and Edo Periods April 11 – April 13, 2007
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Tea Ceremony in Japan • Originated in China, through Korea – Was originally a party—lavish ceramics, metalwork— guessing the origins of teas • Tea had always been used by monks – Murata Shuk ō  (1423-1502)—chanoyu • Momoyama Period – Sen-no-Riky ū  advisor to both  Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi – Inicho-go, inich-e – Wabi, sabi  
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D ō jinsai at the Ginkakuji (Silver Pavilion) Showing: chigaidana (grouping of shelves) tsuke shoin (desk in alcove) shoji windows Tenmoku 
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Tai-an, My ō kian, 1582 Showing: Tokonama (alcove)  and Nigiriguchi (entrance)
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Ch ō jir ō Raku ware Tea Bowl Muromachi, 16 th  century K ō etsu Fujisan , Raku ware tea bowl Momoyama/Edo, early 17 th  century
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Raku ware and Iga ware Water Jar Momoyama/Edo, 17 th  century
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Iga ware (right is Yabure-Bukuro Water Jar) Momoyama-Edo, 16 th  – 17 th  century
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Bizen ware Momoyama/Edo, early 17 th  century
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Azuchi-Momoyama Period (1573-1603) • Oda Nobunaga (1534-1582) unified in 1573 – Generals Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa  Ieyasu – Moved capital to Azuchi • After Nobunaga’s death, Hideyoshi quickly 
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