Japanese Interior

The Chashitsu

 

The Tea Room (Chashitsu 茶室) in Japanese tradition is a space designed to be used for tea ceremony gatherings. Inspired by Buddhist philosophies and the traditional Japanese ideology of wabi-sabi, it represents an escape from the mundanity of daily life and an entrance into a realm of peaceful neutrality.

The experience in a Japanese Tea Room is like no other. 

It begins with an ethereal journey through a Japanese Tea Garden completely immersed in the wonders of our natural surroundings and culminates with an intimate presentation and sharing of a hot cup of tea between guest(s) and host.

Join us as we explore the wonders of the tea ceremony within the tea room space through our stories shared below. 

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Below you will find a series of images we've curated on Pinterest that give a wholistic idea of the Japanese Tea Ceremony and Tea Room aesthetic. 

Feel free to scroll through to get a better look and feel of the Wabi-Sabi philosophy inherent to the Japanese Way of Tea. 

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Iyashi

pronounced 

“ee-yah-shee”

 

means:

v. to heal, treat, remove pain, or quench one's thirst.

&

n. a place of warm solace and restoration, where one comes to find peace, balance and harmony.

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