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To understand why tea ritual took such important place, remaining throughout many centuries up to the present, it is possible, having only considered and having carefully analysed it in the context of Japanese art culture and features of its development from the second half of XV and until the end of the XVI century.

To understand why tea ritual took such important place, remaining throughout many centuries up to the present, it is possible, only to consider and having carefully analysed it in the context of Japanese art culture and features of its development from the second half of XV and until the end of the XVI century.

At a scope of the general scheme of a tea ceremony it represented I will welcome the owner and one or several guests for joint tea drinking - the main attention was paid to the most careful development of all details, up to the small, concerning a scene of action and its temporary organization.

Four principles of a tea ceremony: harmony, respect, purity, silence. All ceremony in general - its sense, spirit and pathos, - and also each its component, up to the smallest details had to become their embodiment also. Each of four principles could be in abstract and philosophical sense and in concrete and practical.

Owing to that Murat Syuko's activity expressed public ideals of the time, the tea ceremony created by it as one of forms of social communication very quickly was widely adopted over all country and almost in all segments of the population.