tea scroll inspiration

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Tea scrolls used in Japanese tea ceremony often refer to the season, event or time of the ceremony. This video pays homage to a special tea scroll used during a full moon tea ceremony at Urasenke Foundation in San Francisco. The video itself was shot at multiple venues, including Sowing The Moon Tea house at Green Gulch Farm and Zen Center and the Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco.

The tea scroll reads: "Pure wind sweeps the bright moon; The bright moon sweeps the pure wind."

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