Sado, the Japanese tea ceremony, the way of serving tea and entertaining a guest, was originally called “Chato” or “Cha-no-yu.” In the early Edo period, the term “Sado” was standardized before various schools and variations started blooming. Wabicha, the minimalistic tea ceremony style and its school, originally established by Sen-no-Rikyu in Momoyama period, was so named in Edo period, since when all the traditions have been preserved till today.
Tea Ceremony Demonstration Japan Society
Procedure of Tea Ceremony
Japanese Tea Ceremony “Wabi-cha”
Tea Time “Nodate”
How to make Japanese Tea (English)