Japanese Tea Garden

A Japanese tea garden is an enclosed garden in which stands a small tea house where the Japanese tea ceremony (chanoyu or sado) is held. The Japanese tea garden has an important function in preparing the participants of the Japanese tea ceremony.

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Tea Time

To most tea lovers, any time is tea time, but in many countries the term “tea time” has come to mean a particular time of day when work stops for a leisurely cup of tea.

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High Tea

The English tradition of high tea dates back to the days of the industrial revolution. The meal was called “high tea” because it was served on the dinner table (the high table) as opposed to the tea table (the low table). VIDEO

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