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Kaishi-ire are used as part of the traditional
It is used to carry the smaller items one would use
As a guest, such as:
Kaishi: Mini paper napkins used for:
- putting the Wagashi (Japanese confectionery)
on instead of a dish.
- to wipe the rim of the Chawan after drinking tea
Yji-ire: Bamboo or stainless forks to eat
Wagashi (Japanese confectionery)
Fukasa or Chakin: Small rectangular cloth
mainly used to wipe the Chawan..
Sensu: Small folding fan
Kitamura-Tokusai makes gorgeous hand made Chakin, Yji-ire & other tea ceremony essentials, they've been in business since 1712!
Rikyucha is a great place to get all the items for a Chanoyu
Or Japanese Tea Ceremony
Of course you can also use this
clutch for just about anything!
I love to incorporate unique traditional pieces
into my daily life, it adds a unique element
to my personal style..
Mama to 6 Homeschooled Sweethearts.
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