茶の湯 in サンフランシスコ ・ Japanese Tea Ceremony を San Franciscoで

表千家四方社中の茶の湯ブログ Japanese Tea Ceremony Blog for Shikata Shachu – Omotesenke

台飾り / Da’ikazari

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2月21日のお稽古・Lesson on Feb. 21

台飾り : Da’ikazari萩茶碗 ・ Hagi bowl

天目台を棚に予め飾っておき、天目台に茶碗をのせてお客様に差し上げる濃茶のお点前です。天目台を使いますが、茶碗は天目茶碗ではありません。お客様が貴人である場合のお点前とのこと。亭主もお客もちょっと特別な気分になりますね。

This otema’e involves a tenmokuda’i (a pedestal for a tea bowl), which is displayed on a shelf before the otema’e begins and is used to serve ko’icha by placing the chawan on top of it.  Although the pedestal is called “tenmokuda’i,” a tenmoku-style chawan is not used.  This otema’e is practiced when a guest is a noble person.  That makes both te’ishu and guests feel a little bit special!

出し袱紗を使うときと違い、お客の作法は男女一緒で男性でも手渡しはしません。

Unlike when a dashibukusa is used, there is no difference how a man or a woman passes the chawan; it is not passed from hand to hand.

使った棚は丸卓でしたので、天板の天目台を下げるまでは何も飾れません。ですから柄杓と蓋置は建水と一緒に下げます。そして三器を下げに出る際薄茶器を持って入り、棚に飾ります。

The shelf we used was a marujoku.  Thus nothing can be displayed until the tenmokuda’i is removed.  The hishaku and futa’oki are both removed with the kensui.  When entering the tea room to remove the three items, the te’ishu brings in a usucha container and displays it on the shelf.

Key Words: Chanoyu, Japanese Tea Ceremony Class, Omotesenke, San Francisco

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