O minimalismo portátil

«Twelfth-century Japanese writers looked for the positive qualities to be found in poverty, making it synonymous with a sense of freedom. It was developed as an aesthetic sensibility particulary by Sen no Rikyu, the greatest of the masters of the tea ceremony, who used simple rough black tea bowls, known as rakuware. Sen von Rikyu's attitudes perhaps have even more relevance today than they did in Japan's golden age four centuries ago, despite vastly changed circunstances.»