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The tray which puts a shell in the surface of the lacquer ware and is picturing a pattern.
The confectionery who firmed sugar like the candy by boiling down it. They are imitating the form of water and the knot, the flower and the fruit.
The container which puts Koicha. The small jar of the pottery to use for a tea ceremony. Generally, it puts the lid which was made of ivory and is putting on Sifuku.
The form of formal Chakai to divide in the first half and the second half.
The party to invite a visitor and to enjoy a deference tea ceremony in the etiquette. Also, it is the place which does it. Originally, it is synonymous with Chaji. In Chakai, in a lot of cases, only one cup of Usucha or Koicha are serviced with the confectionery. Recently, it often means Ooyose style.
The done place of the tea ceremony.
The name of the shelf to tell that brought away when the priest in the Rinzai sect returned home from China before. It means a way of making the tea which uses this shelf, too.
The five-tier nest of lacquered boxs with lids. The right, it is called Futidakajuu.
The cloth to use to wipe the implement of the tea ceremony when making tea. It uses to lay below when appreciating an implement, too. It existed from the times of Jouou but it says that Souon which is the wife of Rikyuu contrived the present shape.
The bag which is made from the cloth to carry Fukusa, Kobukusa, Kais, the knife for the confectionery, and tha Japanese folding fan and so on.
The small confectionery receptacle for Chabako. It puts small confectionery like Konpeitou. When shaking reverse, the confectionery comes out.
The dried confectionery. It says in opposition to Namagasi.
The box of the wood which stores Chaire It derives from being made of the shave one of the tree.
The confectionery receptacle with the lid which is made from lacquer ware mainly It is sometimes made with pottery, china and basket, too. It is used for the Kaisekiyougu, too.
Originally,the implement which is used in the meal at Zen house
The paper in the pocket. The paper which the visitor always does in the pocket in the place of the tea ceremony.
The paintings pictures and writings to have made hang on the alcove. It is mounting with the cloth and the paper. The central element of the assortment of the tea ceremony tool.
The appliance and the industrial art article to have imported from China ( the Sou era, the Gen era and the Min era).
The bowl which was painted in the vermilion with the lid. The edge is rather low. The most formal confectionery receptacle.
The confectionery which put on filtered An outside Andama. It is named by the impression of the appearance. An is kneaded a sweet boiled bean. Andama is the ball made with An.
A kind of Fukuas to use in case of appreciation of Chaire, and so on. The one of the size of about 1/4 of Tsukaibukusa.
Make tea thick. Also, it is powdered green tea for Koicah.
The circle tray which was pictured in the annular pattern with the color lacquer in the surface
The candy in the form of the star.
The memo of the 4th generation Omotesennke Sousa. The book which was written down in discourse of his and his father Soutan. Mainly, it is written about the tea ceremony of the Rikyuu form.
The powder which ground down a leaf in the tea millstone except for the stem of Tencha.
The cloth which has a special name or value. The material of mount of Kakemono, Sifiku of Chaire and Kobukusa.
The trays for each visitor which takes on food or Omogasi.
The bowl for visitor all the members which takes on food or Omogasi.
The typical form of the container which puts Usucha. It derives from shape's resembling the fruit of the Natsume tree.
The confectionery who was kneaded by putting sweet rice cake in white An
The main sweet Japanese confectionery.
The tea party to hold by inviting crowds of visitors to the wide place.
The molding confectionery. Raw materials are sugar and a candy with the powder of the rice, the wheat and the soybean and so on.
The name which means seven pupils of the high rank of SenRikyuu. The following persons are written down to "Kousinnatsugaki" as Rikyuudesisyuusichininsyuu.
Gamou Ujisato, Takayama Ukon, Hosokawa Sansai, Sibayama Kenmotsu, Seta Kamon, Makimura Hyoubu, Furuta Oribe
tea procedure adapted for tables and chairs. The tea procedure of Usucha the foundation of which is Daisu.
The Japanese folding fan for the tea ceremony. It is smaller than the general one. When entering Chaseki as the visitor, it is necessary to carry always.
The bag which stores implements such as Chaire, Usuchaki, Chawan and Hikiya. Meibutsugire is often used. Sometimes, Chaire which has some spare bags which are made from Meibutsugire exists.
The kind of the wine cup with the leg.
The tea leaf which was dry without massaging after steam.
Fukusa for the tea procedure. Generally, it means this if called Fukusa.
Make tea thin. Also, it is powdered green tea for Usucah.
The wooden fork of Kuromoji to use when eating at the confectionery.