Although the Chanoyu Quarterly is no longer published, some issues are available. This publication, which was printed from 1970 to 1999, was an informative and scholarly publication (in English) and covered a variety of topics related to Japanese Tea Ceremony.
The issues listed here are available from us. Many subsequent issues may also be available. We purchase unwanted copies of this and other related publications that are in good condition. Email us to check on availability or if you have questions.
Issue No. 38 1984 - Water: The Great Gift — by Sen Sôshitsu XV - Bizen-ware Ceramics — by Uenishi Setsuo Kaishi - Scrolls for Chanoyu — by Ayamura Tan’en - A Tea Master’s Vision of the Ten Oxherding Pictures, Part II— by Hamamoto Sôshun - Famous Sources of Water In and Around Kyoto — by Tanihata Akio - How Water from a Famous Source is Served at a Tea Gathering - Temae— Tea Procedure: Arai-Jakin - Book Reviews: • Mary Elizabeth Berry, Hideyoshi (Beatrice M. Bodart-Bailey) • James Cahill, Sakaki Hyakusen and Early Nanga Painting (Stephen Addiss) • Amaury Saint-Gilles, Earth ‘n’ Fire (David Hale).