Sen Family

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Sen Sōtan
... Sen Sōtan (千宗旦?) (1578–1658), also known as Genpaku Sōtan 元伯宗旦, was the grandson of the famed figure in Japanese cultural history, Sen Rikyū ... tea ceremony proposed by Rikyū were able to be passed forward by the family ... He was the son of Sen Shōan and Okame, a daughter of Rikyū, and is counted as the third generation in the three lines of the Sen family known together as the san-Senke (see Schools of Japanese tea ceremony) ...
Sen Shōan
... Sen Shōan (千少庵?) (1546 – October 10, 1614) was a Japanese tea ceremony master, and is distinguished in Japanese cultural history as the second ... She became the second wife of Sen no Rikyū ... Shōan was adopted into the Sen family and became the son-in-law of Rikyū when he married Rikyū's daughter Okame ...

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