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Furuta Oribe was a prominent [[tea culture|tea master]] of the [[Azuchi-Momoyama period|Azuchi-Momoyama]] and early [[Edo period]]s.
 
Furuta Oribe was a prominent [[tea culture|tea master]] of the [[Azuchi-Momoyama period|Azuchi-Momoyama]] and early [[Edo period]]s.
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Oribe studied [[Zen]] under [[Shun'oku Soen|Shun'oku Sôen]].
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Oribe studied [[Zen]] under [[Shun'oku Soen|Shun'oku Sôen]].<ref>Plaques on-site at [[Sangen-in]] in Kyoto.</ref>
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His students in tea culture included [[Kobori Enshu|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,"
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His students in tea culture included [[Kobori Enshu|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]]).<ref>Rebecca Corbett, Cultivating Femininity: Women and Tea Culture in Edo and Meiji Japan, University of Hawaii Press (2018), 49.</ref>
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==References==
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[[Category:Artists and Artisans]]
 
[[Category:Artists and Artisans]]
 
[[Category:Edo Period]]
 
[[Category:Edo Period]]
 
[[Category:Sengoku Period]]
 
[[Category:Sengoku Period]]
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