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chabako utensils

Ultimately this information should be on the Chado Encyclopedia wiki, but that's currently un-editable.

It will be assumed that all of these require—along with a source of hot water such as a tetsubin on a binkake—a box with a lid, chawan, usuchaki containing tea, chashaku, chasen and chasen-zutsu, moist chakin and chakin-zutsu, fukusa, kobukusa, furidashi containing small sweets, and kensui.

Shikishi-date 色紙点 may be added to this table a later date, but has not been included in the initial version because its utensils differ substantially from those used in the other chabako temae.

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Unohana 卯の花Tsuki 月Yuki 雪Hana 花Wakei 和敬
trayX1 X2
shifuku for chashaku, usuchaki, and chawan XXX
kakego XX
usuita X
second chawan X
kogoX
ko-hibashiX
kizueX
kobaneX
uguisuX


1 Most commonly yamamichi-bon
2 Most commonly hanagata-bon

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