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Equipment For Japanese Tea Ceremony

The Kama is a container which hold water.
The Furo is a stove.
During winter, a ro(insert hearth is used instead of a furo)

Mizushashi is a jug used to hold water which is used for washing. It is also used to hold water for boiling.

Kensui a container used to hold water that is used to wash the teabowls.

Chawan is a bowl.

Usuki or natsume, is a lacquer ware container for usucha or powdered tea.

Hishaku is a ladle for pouring water.


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