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Brasero para encender el carbón

Para sumi temae

Arreglo del carbón

Tea caddy (seitaka), Edo period (1615–1868) Nonomura Ninsei (Japanese, active ca. 1646–94) Stoneware with red, brown, and black glazes

Ukiyo-e grabado en madera de Hosokawa Yusai - Kobayashi Kiyochika. El samurai que paro una batalla por un poema.

It's fired in a fire box for ten days. I named it Iga vase. It's strong feeling. made by Shiho Kanzaki.

Tea Ceremony Set by Tanomura Chikuden (1777-1835) Edo period.

Indigo Japanese Tea Cup Print Pure Cotton von fabricsandtrimmings, $9.98

El Inicio del camino

El arreglo del fuego es artístico

Carbón especial para la Ceremonia, no da chispas ni ensucia la mano.

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Exposición "Kazunori Dae-jung," 17 de mayo

Niisato Akio: Black Tea Bowl, 2011, Glazed porcelain

Shiro Tsujimura

masahiko ichino

Paso a paso como fijar el Oko

Bunbuku Chagama (Japanese folktale): Tanuki Kettle Under Fire by Doraku (Meiji, ca.1868–1911). Carved okimono (objet d'art), 19th century

recipiente de barro para agua fria autor Hiroshi Miyaji

Kogestu Sogan (1574~1643) Japanese chief preist of Daitokuji Temple in Kyoto, Japan and a devotee of Sado (Japanese tea ceremony). This scroll is about the philosophy of tea, "Guest in the host, host in the guest".

Oribe-Chawan by Goro Suzuki.