1. Nanbouroku (1593 text about the tea ceremony based on the teachings of Sen no Rikyuu)
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2. Southern Recordis 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.
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