Japanese tea ceremony [lcsh]; Tea making paraphernalia [lcsh]
When a cold water jar (mizusashi) sits on a utensil stand, it is left in the tearoom at the end of the temae. A water replacement pitcher is used to replenish the cold water jar at that time. The Katakuchi shape of this piece is more commonly...
Chopsticks such as these are typically offered with a serving dish, providing a means for guests to transfer the food to their bowls during the formal kaiseki meal. The chopsticks are usually soaked in water beforehand to prevent foods from...
Swords -- Japan [lcsh]; Military weapons -- Japan [lcsh]
A fuchi is an oval piece of metal through which a sword blade passes and fits over the end of the hilt next to the Tsuba. It frequently matches the Kashira in material and decoration. A Kashira is the pommel of a sword hilt.
"A bibliography of titles in the California State University, Sacramento, Library."
Vols for 1969-1972 issued by the University under its earlier name: Sacramento State College
Vols. for 1969- compiled by John Liberty