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

旅箪笥・Tabidansu

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旅箪笥は炉の季節、特に三月・四月に使われます。秀吉の北条氏小田原征伐の際利休が使ったのがその始まりだそうです。桐木地は利休形ですが、その他に塗り物では惺斎好み、碌々斎好みなどがあります。

Tabidansu is used during the ro season – especially in April.  It is said that Rikyu first used it during Hideyoshi’s campaign against the Ho’ujo’u clan in Odawara.  Unfinished paulownia wood is the Rikyu style.  There are lacquered models that are preferred by Sei-sa’i or Rokuroku-sa’i.

下の棚板を抜いて畳に置く「芝点」の他に、上の棚板に重ねたり、棚板は動かさず水指を手前に三分の一位引いたりする点前もあります。飾り方も様々です。

There is a tema’e called “shibadate” (as you would outdoors on the ground), in which the lower shelf is pulled out and placed on the tatami.  The lower shelf can also be placed on top of the upper shelf.  Or it can stay put, in which case the mizusashi is pulled forward by about one third of its diameter.  There are a variety of ways to decorate the tabidansu as well.

【濃茶】 けんどん蓋はあらかじめ開けておき、水指を手前に引いてあります。

Ko’icha】 The lid of tabidansu is left open, and the mizusashi is  pulled forward.

【薄茶初飾り】 薄茶器と水指だけです。

Usucha Shokazari (Mode 1)】 Only usuchaki and mizusashi are displayed.

【二飾り】 上の棚板の切り込みに柄杓が掛けられ、蓋置きは柄杓の柄の下です。薄茶器は下の棚板中央です。

Nikazari (Mode 2)】 The hishaku is hanging from the cutout in the upper shelf, and the futa’oki is below the hishaku‘s handle.  The usuchaki is placed in the middle of the lower shelf.

【総飾り】 二重棚同様茶器と茶碗を右手でひとつずつ棚に置きつけます。

So’ukazari  (Full Mode)】 When the usuchaki and chawan are placed on the lower shelf, they are placed one at a time and with the right hand – just like niju’udana.

【割飾り】 手順は総飾りと同じですが、薄茶器が上の棚板、茶碗が下の棚板に置かれます。

Warikazari (Split Mode)】 The steps are the same as so’ukazari, but the usuchaki is placed on the top shelf, and the chawan on the lower shelf.

【茶碗・Chawan】 赤膚焼大塩昭山作・Askahada ware by Sho’uzan O’unishi

【水指・Mizusashi】 トーマス荒川(荒川陶器)・Thomas Arakawa (Arakawa Pottery)

Originally posted April 2, 2014

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