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There is a description outlining the daily routine
of monastics in Volume 26 of Jingde Record of the
Transmission of the Lamp of the North Song Dynasty,
written by Venerable Daoyuan: "Monastics usually
rise in the morning and, right after cleaning up, they
drink tea, and then make prostrations to the Buddha.
Before beginning their routine maintenance chores or
some particular work, they pay respect to the Abbot
in the Dharma Hall. After the noon meal they take a
nap. When they awaken from their nap, they refresh
themselves by drinking tea before doing work that
contributes to the temple’s viability and its function
as a center for preserving and passing on the
The book, Amalgamation of the Sources of the
Five Lamps records that: "Drinking three cups of tea
after each meal was the tradition of Chan monks."
Before Japanese Chan Master Murata Shuko
became known as the first tea master and founder of
the tea ceremony, he was a disciple of Chan Master
Ikkyu. He was continually falling asleep during
daytime meditation, so he sought a doctor’s advice
and was advised to drink tea. Chan Master Murata
Shuko grew so fond of tea that he served it to
everybody with considerable ceremony. Shogun
Yoshimasa heard about this practice and invited
Master Murata Shuko to create a tea ceremony for
him. Even today, although Japanese scholars cannot
agree as to whether a secular tea ceremony existed
before this time or not, Chan Master Murata Shuko
created Chadou, or Tea Ceremony, in Japan and was
dubbed "forefather of the tea art."
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