Japanese tea ceremony [lcsh]; Implements, utensils, etc. [lcsh]
Ceramic lid rest (futaoki) with stylized pattern of pine trees. Ceramic lid rests are used in conjunction with various types of utensil stands, as they are considered to be more formal than bamboo lid rests.
Japanese tea ceremony [lcsh]; Drinking vessels [lcsh]
At the time a specific temae was developed to serve tea to a noble person (kinin), it was decided that all utensils, but especially the teabowl, should be used for the very first time. Since the kinin teabowl and the plain wood stand on which it...
Japanese tea ceremony [lcsh]; Implements, utensils, etc. [lcsh]; chopsticks [lcsh]
Decorative fire tongs (kazaribashi), with a finial design in the shape of chrysanthenum flowers, a design that was favored by the 14th generation Head Master of the Urasenke tradition of tea, Tantansai Mugensai Soshitsu (1893-1964). The kazaribashi...
Japanese tea ceremony [lcsh]; Tea making paraphernalia [lcsh];
Winter hearth (okiro) designed to be used in circumstances when the ro cannot be set flush in the tatami floor. It is placed in the same position within the tearoom as the sunken hearth but stands on top of the tatami.