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Tana

Tana is also a category of pages, find the complete list of pages in the tana category. Introduction Tana 棚 (shelf / stand), used during…

Choshi

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Chawan

Chawan (茶碗) – tea bowl Koicha Chawan Most Koicha teabowls will fall into two major divisions Koraimono Koraimono 高麗ÅF of which there are numerous suitable types…

Chatsubo

In the past tea was stored in big jars known as Chatsubo. These jars had bags of Koicha hanging in the middle, and they where…

Chashaku

Chashaku means tea scoop. All temaes use one. It is common to give So level chashaku poetic names. These names should be given to the…

Chasen-zutsu

A tube to hold the Chasen during Chabako temae. It is usually made from lacquered wood. Today you often find it in a set of…

Chasen

In Urasenke almost all the chasen (茶筅) is of this white type. Only the second chasen used for Kinin-ki-Ottsugu is the darker smoked one. Omotesenke…

Chakin-zutsu

A small ceramic tube used to hold Chakin during Chabako temae. It is ofthen found with a matching Furidashi

Chakin

Chakin (茶巾) is a linen cloth used in Temae. In most temae it is used to wipe Chawan before and between each bowl of tea.…

Futaoki

  Futaoki 蓋置き – may be requested for Haiken Green, freshly cut bamboo (Ao Take) for hakobi and hakobidana temae- furo fushi flush with top;…

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