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See also:
  • Nambu Ironware - Short history of metalwork in Nambu, where iron kettles for the tea ceremony are still made in the traditional way.
  • Ogasawara Sencha Service School - Essay on the history and appreciation of tea by this school's headmaster.
  • The Urasenke Konnichian Web Site - Short biographies of the successive masters of the tea school established by the great 16th century tea master, Rikyu.
  • Urasenke Tradition of Tea - Gives introduction and history of tea ceremony, and lineage of the Urasenke family and organization.
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