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Furuta Oribe

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  • Born: 1544
  • Died: 1615
  • Other Names: 古田重然 (Furuta Shigenari)
  • Japanese: 古田 織部 (Furuta Oribe)

Furuta Oribe was a prominent tea master of the Azuchi-Momoyama and early Edo periods.

Oribe studied Zen under Shun'oku Sôen.[1]

His students in tea culture included Kobori Enshû. Oribe circulated among his students manuscript copies of his personal secrets to tea practice, a document entitled Chadô hiden ("Secret Transmissions of the Way of Tea," 1615).[2]

References

  1. Plaques on-site at Sangen-in in Kyoto.
  2. Rebecca Corbett, Cultivating Femininity: Women and Tea Culture in Edo and Meiji Japan, University of Hawaii Press (2018), 49.
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