1. Youji (sweet forks in stainless steel) 楊枝
2. Sensu ( 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.
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
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