Continued from Essential Low-Ranking Chadogu for Ceremony of Tea – Part 1 Kōgō (香合) – The Incense Container The Kōgō(香合) is the Chanoyu incense box. It consists of a lidded container and is typically made of either ceramic, wood, or lacquered wood depending on the type of brazier or hearth … Continue reading
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This post is a follow-up to Chanoyu, Temae, and Chadogu Hai (灰) -The Ash The Hai (灰) is ceremonial ash. This tea dogu refers to the ash placed into a brazier or fire hearth that is used to heat the ceremonial tea water. Ash is considered the foundation of the … Continue reading
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Continued from Chanoyu, Temae, and Chadogu – Part 1 The Low-Ranking Chadogu Are as Important as the Higher-Ranking Chadogu Steeped in the tradition of Chanoyu is the Japanese cultural understanding and historical perception of a strict social code of ranking class. You may already know that in the 12th century, … Continue reading