Named in memory of Sen-no Rikyu (1522–1591), a celebrated Japanese tea master who perfected the tea ceremony and was the founder of Senke style during the Azuchi-Momoyama period. He was given an important position by both Oda-Nobunaga and Toyotomi-Hideyoshi, who were two of the greatest warriors in history. Rikyu was known as “the supreme tea master” and left his mark on the culture of the tea ceremony. (M 25653)
Avastatud: 21-1-1990 Avastamiskoht: Dynic Avastajad: Sugie, A.
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