Chadō, The Japanese Way of Tea is a comprehensive, visual and written compilation of chadō, the practice of Japanese tea ceremony. It was written by Sen Sōshitsu XV, the 15th generation head of Urasenke, one of the most widely known schools of Japanese tea.
While this book was written for tea ceremony practitioners and contains practical guidelines for the ritual of tea ceremony, we find the text and photography meditative and a wonderful compilation for daily reading or as a coffee table book.
This book is no longer in publication and is lightly used. Exact copy may differ slightly from the book photographed.
Hardcover, 188 pages. Published March 1st 1979 by Weatherhill.