17世紀初頭の武家社会における「茶の湯」の政治的意味について

Title
17世紀初頭の武家社会における「茶の湯」の政治的意味について
Other Titles
The Political Meaning of “the Chonoyu” in the 17th Century Samurai Society
Author
정하미
Keywords
ceremony and art of tea; Senrikyu’; Chanoyu; Chosun transmissions; Catholic missionary
Issue Date
2008-02
Publisher
한국일본학회
Citation
일본학보, v. 74, No. 2, Page. 417-426
Abstract
The ceremony and art of tea had set up by ‘Senrikyu’ in the end of 16thcentury. The ceremonial tea making and drinking has been called as ‘Chanoyu. ’affected by political influence. Thus, we have considered the way of tea making and drinking as apart of art or performance .Oda nobunaga had raised up th e price of tea-ceremony tools and used it for the political purpose. His activities and tradition had been passed on for several years. The papers of Catholic missionary as well as the writings of Chosun transmissions give us the evidences and confirmation that the political influence had a great impact on the ceremony and art of tea. The several records reveals, back then, the military society had put greater importance on the tea ceremony then the liquor party or other ceremony.
URI
https://www.earticle.net/Article/A320018http://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/104292
ISSN
1225-1453
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COLLEGE OF LANGUAGES & CULTURES[E](국제문화대학) > JAPANESE STUDIES(일본학과) > Articles
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