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Title: Equipment used during a tea ceremony, tea ceremony, tea


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Interesting Equipment Used During a Tea Ceremony
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Dogu refers to equipment during a tea ceremony.
A wide range is required even for a simple
ceremony.
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Chabako ??
A box used to keep the utensils and used when the
ceremony is held outside the teachers room.
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Chaki ??
Refers to various tea utensils or the container
for powdered green tea called Matcha.
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Daisu ??
A portable, fairly large shelf for displaying 
tea utensils used during a  tea ceremony.
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Dora ??
Experts create these copper alloy gongs that make
poignantly beautiful sounds during a tea ceremony.
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Hachi  ? 
Wooden or ceramic bowls where sweets are placed.
Paired with chopsticks.
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Hai ?
The fire pit would have an ash bed referred to as
Ash from where fire is lit.
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Hana-ire ??
This is a flower vase that is made of bamboo and
hung from the pillar of a Tokonoma.
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Kaishi
Napkins used for  placing the sweets or cleaning
the rim of the tea bowl or chawan after drinking.
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Kan ??
Kabouku ??
Used to remove the Kama from the fire pit to
transfer it to Kamashiki.
Scented wood that creates a soothing fragrance.
Two pieces of wood placed in the fire.
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Neriko ??
A portable, fairly large, shelf used to display 
tea utensils used during a  tea ceremony.
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Ro ?
When it is cold, the Kama is heated using the
fire created in the Ro on the floor  which is
placed on a Tatami mat.
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Tana ?
Any kind of furniture made of wood or bamboo used
during tea preparation. More informal than daisu.
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Tenmoku ??
Tenmoku-dai??? 
Narrow footed bowls. Should be handled with care
by the Teishu and Kyaku.
Used to prevent the Tenmoku from toppling over.
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