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

刷毛目・Hakeme

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胎土に刷毛で白土を塗って刷毛目を残し、さらに透明な釉薬をかけたものです。朝鮮半島で始められました。

White clay is brushed over the base clay, thus leaving a brush mark (hakeme).  A clear glaze is then applied over it.  This technique originated from the Korean Peninsula.

このお茶碗はお寺のもので、綺麗な刷毛目が出ています。

This bowl belongs to the temple.  It has a fine brush mark.

台飾りのお稽古で使いました。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。もとはお客様が宮中の位が四位か五位の貴人である場合のお点前で、三位以上は台天目だったそうです。

We used this bowl for da’ikazari practice.  This otema’e involves 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 chawan on top of it.  Although the pedestal is called “tenmokuda’i,” a tenmoku-style chawan is not used.  I recently heard that this otema’e was originally done for a noble guest whose court rank was fourth or fifth, and that da’itenmoku was for third or higher.

【参考・References】

http://verdure.tyanoyu.net/hakemecyawan.html

http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/高麗茶碗

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