Audio Recording Interview with Mine ("Minnie") Somi Kubose about Japanese tea ceremony, Chicago, Illinois, part 2 (version 1)
Interview with Mine ("Minnie") Somi Kubose about Japanese tea ceremony, Chicago, Illinois, part 2 (version 1)
About this Item
- Interview with Mine ("Minnie") Somi Kubose about Japanese tea ceremony, Chicago, Illinois, part 2 (version 1)
- Choi, Chungmoo (Collector)
- Kubose, Mine, Mrs. (Interviewee)
Created / Published
- Chicago, Illinois, June 15, 1977
- - Japanese Americans
- - Ethnography
- - Interviews
- - Illinois -- Chicago
- - Mrs. Kubose #1 (speed problems), part 2
- - Part 2 (version 1) of a 3-part Interview with Mrs. Mine ("Minnie") Somi Kubose about the Japanese tea ceremony, recorded at the Buddhist Temple of Chicago, 4641 N. Racine Ave; the fieldworker’s notes report problems in making the recording (the speed is irregular), and one or two of the parts may be re-recordings in an attempt to correct the speed; the fieldworker’s notes for part 2 list these topics: aesthetic s and spirit of the tea ceremony: humility and awareness; significance of introducing the tea ceremony to Japanese Americans; description of the tea ceremony: procedure, utensils used, behavior; types of tea ceremonies; Rev. Gyomay M. Kubose (Mine ("Minnie") Somi ’s husband) joins the interview; about the history of the cerer.ony, brought from Chlna, has been developed for 400 years; about tea societies in the U.S. and their activities; about other forms of art that accompany the tea ceremony and the Japanese life style.
- audiocassette, C-60
Call Number/Physical Location
- MBRS Shelflist: RYA 0759
- Field Project Identifier: CH77-T217-C
- Call number: AFC 1981/004: AFS 20741b
- Chicago Ethnic Arts Project collection (AFC 1981/004)
- American Folklife Center
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Credit line: Chicago Ethnic Arts Project collection (AFC 1981/004), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
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Chicago citation style:
Choi, Chungmoo, and Mine Kubose. Interview with Mine "Minnie" SomiKubose about Japanese tea ceremony, Chicago, Illinois, part 2 version 1. Chicago, Illinois, 1977. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1981004_afs20741b/.
APA citation style:
Choi, C. & Kubose, M. (1977) Interview with Mine "Minnie" SomiKubose about Japanese tea ceremony, Chicago, Illinois, part 2 version 1. Chicago, Illinois. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1981004_afs20741b/.
MLA citation style:
Choi, Chungmoo, and Mine Kubose. Interview with Mine "Minnie" SomiKubose about Japanese tea ceremony, Chicago, Illinois, part 2 version 1. Chicago, Illinois, 1977. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1981004_afs20741b/>.