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Title
Orisue and Fuda for the Kagetsu tea procedures
Creator
Unknown
Contributing Institution
California State University, Sacramento Library
Collection
Sokiku Nakatani Japanese Teaware Collection
Rights Information
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Description
This folded envelope and the bamboo tiles it contains are implements used in the procedures known as Shichiji Shiki (the seven practices) and Kagetsu. Developed by 8th generation Urasenke master Yugensai Itto, along with Joshinsai of Omotesenke and Mugaku Soen of Daitokuji, these procedures involve anywhere between five to ten participants who work together, alternating roles as host and guest as determined by chance drawing of the bamboo tiles. The practices intend to develop within the participants the seven qualities a Zen master should possess.
Type
physical object
Format
3" x 3
Paper, bamboo
Identifier
2005.05.0133
61
Mizuya
714.cpd
http://digital.lib.csus.edu/cdm/ref/collection/teaware/id/713
Subject
Japanese tea ceremony
Relation
Sokiku Nakatani Japanese Teaware Collection

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