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Zaan Japanese Tea House

(Hello again, here is one of my unpublished blogpost :) )

As a bonus grade for one of our subject, we are encouraged to experience the Japanese tea ceremony. 548 more words

Dharla Palomar


For those who know me well, I am addicted to herbal tea. Peppermint, lemon, ginger and plum tea are some of my favourites.

Teatime is a time to reflect and a time to unwind. 441 more words


Winter Tea Ceremony

For my next novel in verse I am writing about a winter Japanese Tea Ceremony – the lanterns in the garden, the waiting place, and a place to wash your hands. 171 more words


MingCha Tea House - Fun with Kids, Tea & Family

Most of us can relate to the statement “there is not much to do outdoors” or “why can’t I stay in and play my Xbox or PS3?” Sounds like a familiar statement kids use so profusely. 569 more words

Tea Movement

Fairytale Cottages & Tea Houses

I have a secret love for little houses. Not the modern ‘tiny house revolution’ style, but little cottages that make you think of fairytales and Hobbit holes. 206 more words


Miyabi Teahouse Nakamoto: みやび茶屋仲元

Miyabi Teahouse Nakamoto みやび茶屋仲元 is a small tea house located in Okinawa city, off a back alley from Rt. 330 past the Rycom mall. You might not realize it exists, unless you recognize the hiragana for dorayaki どらやき on a purple flag in the alley and then think to follow it down an even more narrow alley to a parking lot leading to what appears to be an unmarked house except for the Okinawa City Omotenashi (おもてなし “hospitality”) flag outside the door. 247 more words