Meditations on Tea
Those who cannot feel the littleness of great things in themselves are apt to overlook the greatness of little things in others."
-from The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo
In the Japanese tea ceremony, the act of making and drinking a bowl of tea is an act of respect, gratitude, and interconnectedness. It's about emptying your mind of cares as you enjoy one of life's simplest pleasures. Now, Meditations on Tea presents an adult coloring experience as soothing as a hot cup of your favorite tea blend.
All aspects of Japanese art and culture are connected in some way with tea, and now these traditions can be explored and enjoyed in a beautiful new coloring book for adults. Meditations on Tea includes over 90 traditional Japanese images celebrating life and giving it meaning. There are designs to suit every mood-from woodblock prints depicting Japanese life and myth to doodles with color for creative relaxation-all waiting for the artistic touch of your pencils or fine markers.
Enjoy letting your creativity take the lead with this mix of images and wisdom from Japanese prints and books in 92 relaxing adult coloring pages.
Okakua Kakuzo (1862-1913) devoted his life to teaching, art, Zen, and the preservation of Japanese art and culture, working as an ambassador, teacher, writer, and, at the time of his death, as the Curator of Chinese and Japanese Art at the Boston Museum.