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Murasaki Tea Ceremony New York

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Japanese Tea Ceremony in New York

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Japanese Tea Ceremony by Murasaki

Hatugama at Murasaki -An

January 16, 2018

Hatsugama at Murasaki-an. Ryurei style in the living room for Koicha and the table style in the dining room for Usucha.

Tea gathering could be without a traditional tea room. All guests could enjoy for the extraordinary tea setting.

the guests may be more comfortable without SEIZA. 

 

今年の自宅での初釜 は、立礼で濃茶。テーブルセッティングで茶箱。

 

たまには変わっていて面白いと思う。

 

茶室がなくてもお茶でおもてなし。足が痛くないという特典付き。

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 13, 2018                       Hatsatugama At Murasaki -An

 

Kaiki Tea Ceremony Record

Shikishi              Banbutsu Koki nj Shozu                 by Shodo Maeda of the Zuiho-in

                           (“Everything in the world shines by itself”)                           

Incense case     “White Dog”                                      by Tanzan-Gama

Tabaco box       Designed  Jyumyosai Kiri with handle 

                                         by Seichu Inao   Box inscription by Jimyosai

Pipe                   Designed by Jyoshinsai         by Seigoro Kimura

 

Ryurei (Koicha)

Hanging Scrool  “ Haru wa senrin ni iru shosho no uguisu” by Shodo Maeda of the   Zuiho-in  (“Spring enters the thousand forests — here and there, warblers.”)                  

Flower container         Tang copper Tsurukubi                                                    

Flower                        

Incense case               BuriBuri           Nara Itobori    by Araki Yoshindo

Karakane Ryukyu Kiriawase with Shinnari Kettle    by Minosuke Wada

Ryurei Table                White ash      Designed by Murasaki

Furosaki                                Prism crystal                            

Water container          Polished Aluminum, Stainless Steel   by Micheal Aram

Tea caddy                    Hatsuhana Utsushi                                                    

Cloth Pouch                 Karakusa Ryumoyo donsu                       

Tea bowl                      Shimadai                                 by Katsura Gama

Tea scoop                    By Shodo maeda  Named “Hatune”

(“the first bush warbler heard singing in spring”)

Rinse water receptacle           Mogol Karakane   by Jyoeki

Lid rest                                    “Tobitatsu”   by Makuzu

Sweets                                    “Murasaki no yuki”      by Keiko

            Fuchidaka                    Designed by Sokuchusai  Mebari yanagi

Tea (Koicha)                                         “Kashiwagi no Mukashi”           Hekisui-en   

 

Table  (Usucha)

Chabako                                  Designed by Rikyu 

Kettle                          Art Deco silver plate  made in France

Tea Container              Glass silvertop  made in England

Tea bowl                                  “Kuri”  by Tokusen Nishimura Box by Rv. Shodo

Alternate tea bowl      Koku-Mishima  by Noritusne Asami Box by Rv, Shodo

Tea Scoop                                Plam tree                                                                        

Rinse water receptacle           Stainless steal   by West Elm

Sweets                                    “Nama Anmo”                 Minamoto Kicho-an

            Sweets tray   Bridal basket  by Roger, Smith & Co. Meriden CT

Tea (Usucha)                                        “Heisei no mukashi ”  Organic Nagata chaen                        

 

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