Jun 052012
 

1.  Youji (sweet forks in stainless steel) 楊枝

Tea Ceremony Equipment for Guests

2Sensu ( folding fan) 扇子

The Sensu is a very traditional Japanese folding fan used during  summer.

3.  Kaishi 懐紙 (paper dish or napkin)

Kaishi paper is brought by all guests and sometimes by the Teishu (host) himself.  A stack of Kaishi paper is also placed at chest level in the over-lap of the Kimono.

 Tea Ceremony Equipment for Guests

 4.  Dashibukusa 出し帛紗 or Kobukusa 古帛紗 (small brocaded cloth)

Dashibukusa are used to protect important  utensils such as the  Tabakobon or a Chawan

Tea Ceremony Equipment for Guests

 

I.       The Japanese Tea Ceremony

II.     History of the Japanese Tea Ceremony

III.    Types of the Japanese Tea Ceremony

IV.    Preparing tea

V.      Equipment used during a tea ceremony (temae)

VI.    Tea Ceremony Equipment for Guests

VII.   Rank of Tea Ceremony Utensils

VIII. Room Preparation for tea ceremony

IX.    Chashitsu Tea Rooms

X.     Etiquette for Guests

 

 

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