There are many difficult and strict rules for the Japanese tea ceremony even for us Japanese.
But at your home, you can enjoy drinking Japanese matcha more easily.
We made such a video, so please take a look.
Dried sweets (higasi)
Japanese sweets are used in the Japanese tea ceremony.
They are shaped like cherry blossoms, water crests, bracken, and butterflies.
Japanese sweets (namagashi)
Sweets called Japanese sweets. It expresses the season. This is a cherry blossom.
Matcha bowl front and back
Turn the bowl clockwise about twice at the tea ceremony. That’s because the front of the bowl doesn’t face me. After drinking tea, turn the bowl in the opposite direction about twice and put it back.