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Japanese tea ceremony is a collection of icons and wallpapers for your Mac.

From Japan, where the cherry trees are in full bloom, Masaki Hoshino of Hybridworks is publishing icons with the theme of sado, Japanese tea ceremony. These come with wallpapers.

These eight icons are utensils used in and Japanese confections eaten in sado. Cherry trees are now in full bloom in Tokyo, where I live. I designed the icons to bring a sense of season to your desktop. They come with five wallpapers of different sizes.

Requirements for Japanese tea ceremony

Mac OS X 10.1 or later

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Current Version (1.x)
Downloads 3,184
Version Downloads 3,183
License Free
Date 07 Apr 2006
Platform OS X / PPC 32
Price Free
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