Faculty of Human Environment, Osaka Sangyo University, Japan
Tea, which had been drunk as part of the daily life of Japanese, began to be refined as a form of art in about the 15th century. This is what we now know as the art of the tea ceremony. It involves not only the manner of serving and drinking tea, but also has the effect of enriching the quality of life and purifying the spirit. In this study, I will discuss the improvement of the quality of life through the drinking of tea, and its effects.
A Study on Improvement of the Quality of Life on the Basis of Interaction Between Nature and Human Beings, and Its Effect: Adoption of the Drinking of Tea as a Japanese Cultural Art // Electronic periodical “Herald of the International Academy of Sciences. Russian Section”, 2011. #1