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Southern Record (南方録, Nanpōroku) is a purported book of secrets describing the teachings of the tea saint, Sen no Rikyū. After the death of Rikyu, the book was lost with its author, Nanbo Sokei, a Zen priest and Rikyu's leading disciple. About one hundred years later, in 1686, Tachibana Jitsuzan, the chief vassal of the Kuroda clan purportedly happened to find the book while heading to Edo with his lord. Tachibana set about the task of transcribing the work into five volumes, adding two further volumes when more documents came to light. He then made a fair copy of the seven volumes, and the book was named Southern Record for the first time. The collection was highly regarded as a direct record of Rikyu’s teachings and exerted a great influence on the process of the concept building of wabi

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  • Southern Record (南方録, Nanpōroku) is a purported book of secrets describing the teachings of the tea saint, Sen no Rikyū. After the death of Rikyu, the book was lost with its author, Nanbo Sokei, a Zen priest and Rikyu's leading disciple. About one hundred years later, in 1686, Tachibana Jitsuzan, the chief vassal of the Kuroda clan purportedly happened to find the book while heading to Edo with his lord. Tachibana set about the task of transcribing the work into five volumes, adding two further volumes when more documents came to light. He then made a fair copy of the seven volumes, and the book was named Southern Record for the first time. The collection was highly regarded as a direct record of Rikyu’s teachings and exerted a great influence on the process of the concept building of wabi-cha. However, modern researchers believe that the book contains information not from Sen no Rikyū and regard it as a forgery. (en)
  • 『南方録』(なんぽうろく)は、博多の立花家に千利休の秘伝書として伝わった古伝書。ただし、同時代を著した書籍としては内容や用語等に矛盾点が指摘され、現在、一部の研究者の間では元禄時代に成立した偽書との説がある。「わび茶」の概念の形成に大きな影響を与えたと考えられている、江戸時代の茶道思想を知る重要な茶書。 (ja)
  • «Нампороку» (яп. 南方録 Нампо:року) — японский трактат, посвящённый чайной церемонии. (ru)
  • Nanpō-roku (jap. 南方録 wym. Nampōroku; "Zapiski z południowych stron") – najważniejszy, klasyczny tekst japoński, traktujący o ceremonii picia herbaty, zawierający szczegółowe wskazania mistrza ceremonii herbacianej – Sen no Rikyū. Tekst składa się z następujących części: 1. * Spisane z pamięci (jap. 覚書 Oboegaki) 2. * Spotkania (jap. 会 Kai) 3. * Półka (jap. 棚 Tana) 4. * Gabinet pisarski (jap. 書院 Shoin) 5. * Daisu (jap. 台子) (rodzaj stolika używanego do ceremonii) 6. * Zatarte tuszem (jap. 墨引 Sumihiki) 7. * Po śmierci (jap. 滅後 Metsugo) (pl)
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  • 『南方録』(なんぽうろく)は、博多の立花家に千利休の秘伝書として伝わった古伝書。ただし、同時代を著した書籍としては内容や用語等に矛盾点が指摘され、現在、一部の研究者の間では元禄時代に成立した偽書との説がある。「わび茶」の概念の形成に大きな影響を与えたと考えられている、江戸時代の茶道思想を知る重要な茶書。 (ja)
  • «Нампороку» (яп. 南方録 Нампо:року) — японский трактат, посвящённый чайной церемонии. (ru)
  • Nanpō-roku (jap. 南方録 wym. Nampōroku; "Zapiski z południowych stron") – najważniejszy, klasyczny tekst japoński, traktujący o ceremonii picia herbaty, zawierający szczegółowe wskazania mistrza ceremonii herbacianej – Sen no Rikyū. Tekst składa się z następujących części: 1. * Spisane z pamięci (jap. 覚書 Oboegaki) 2. * Spotkania (jap. 会 Kai) 3. * Półka (jap. 棚 Tana) 4. * Gabinet pisarski (jap. 書院 Shoin) 5. * Daisu (jap. 台子) (rodzaj stolika używanego do ceremonii) 6. * Zatarte tuszem (jap. 墨引 Sumihiki) 7. * Po śmierci (jap. 滅後 Metsugo) (pl)
  • Southern Record (南方録, Nanpōroku) is a purported book of secrets describing the teachings of the tea saint, Sen no Rikyū. After the death of Rikyu, the book was lost with its author, Nanbo Sokei, a Zen priest and Rikyu's leading disciple. About one hundred years later, in 1686, Tachibana Jitsuzan, the chief vassal of the Kuroda clan purportedly happened to find the book while heading to Edo with his lord. Tachibana set about the task of transcribing the work into five volumes, adding two further volumes when more documents came to light. He then made a fair copy of the seven volumes, and the book was named Southern Record for the first time. The collection was highly regarded as a direct record of Rikyu’s teachings and exerted a great influence on the process of the concept building of wabi (en)
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  • Southern Record (en)
  • 南方録 (ja)
  • Nanpō-roku (pl)
  • Нампороку (ru)
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