i茶道

First-ever iPhone/iPad application for tea ceremony.
Let’s learn and master the Samurai Sado!

The creation of this application was supervised by tea master Gishio Horiuchi, making it a truly authentic application for learning tea ceremony.
Gishio Horiuchi is a master of the Enshu style(tea ceremony), and the Enshu style is known as a samurai’s tea ceremony. Let’s learn and master the Samurai Sado!
This application measures several key points to making a delicious cup of tea, such as the balance of tea powder and hot water and the manner in which the tea stirrer is used.
A 100 point rating system is used.
In addition to the rating system, this application contains advice from Master Horiuchi for how to improve one’s tea making ability.
One of the main attractions of this application is its beautiful visuals. You can also appreciate the various tools used at a tea ceremony within the game.
Download this application and enjoy a compilation of some of Japan’s finest traditional culture!

[Supervisor's profile] Gishio Horiuchi; His chamei (tea title) is Kochuan, Sochou. He learned the art of tea ceremony from the grand master of Enshu tea school. His fresh, new style of tea ceremony ranges from casual to formal and is becoming well known in various quarters of society. He is active overseas in countries such as Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, and Vietnam.