Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Believe or not, Sengoku matcha is out on the market now for you matcha lovers out there.
Nobunaga was quite fond of the tea ceremony and his most famous one was held in October 1575. The chakai was held at Kyoto's Myokakuji and the master of the tea ceremony was Sen no Rikyu. The tea ceremony was used by Nobunaga to make back door deals with the merchants of Sakai and Kyoto in order to get his hands on guns and gunpowder. Kind of like golf today being played by judges and lawyers.
Nobunaga no tame!