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In this Legacy article, Janet Yoneda writes of her study of the Nikka Yuko Gardens Japanese tea ceremony known as chanoyu.  Meeting in the the beauty and calmness of the Ozawa Pavilion in the Kurimoto Garden at the Devonian Botanic Gardens west of Edmonton, she speaks of the ceremony as the seeking for "balance to develop and sustain our inner quiet harmony amidst the rushing and striving."  


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