1: Wabi-Sabi really started to come widely known around the

2: In the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, what was the common proverb about Sabi?

3: Which set of words best defines Wabi's root "wa?"

4: Which phrase BEST describes Sabi?

5: Which of the following is NOT an example of Wabi-Sabi?

6: Who was Eisai?

7: "________ is the ultimate sophistication." ~ Leonardo da Vinci

8: Wabi-Sabi's roots lie in

9: Wabi-Sabi home decor normally

10: Which of the following colors best defines of Wabi-Sabi?

11: Which set of adjectives BEST describes Wabi?

12: Wabi teaches us to "to embrace liver spots, rust, frayed edges, and

13: If something modern is symmetrical, then something Wabi-Sabi is

14: What type of materials go along with Wabi-Sabi?

15: To accurately understand tea, one must also master the studies of art, literature, poetry, etiquette and cuisine.

16: Daisetz T. Suzuki was

17: Sen no Rikyu was Jo-o's disciple.

18: Which of the following BEST describes the lifestyle of the everyday samurai?

19: A wabi person

20: Esai established the quiet, simple and serene tea ceremoney in the sixteenth century.

21: Zen Buddhism involves reaching spiritual enlightenment.

22: _________taught monks how to make tea to prevent them from falling asleep during meditations.

23: Daisetz T. Suzuki described Wabi-Sabi as

24: Zen principles include:

25: Wabisuki is a preference for everything to be Wabi.