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chiriana@oŒŠ
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Dust or trash holes dug under the eaves of the tea hut *chashitsu ’ƒŽº, the waiting shelter *koshikake machiai ˜Š|‘ҍ‡, and the toilet *sunasetchin »á‰B. Square chiriana are usually about 36cm deep, and cicular chiriana about 20cm deep. The protruding section is 1 cm from the ground surface, with the lip about 2.5cm wide. The perimeter area is plastered, and a small stone called the peep stone nozoki-ishi ”`Î is placed on the edge of the chiriana. Green bamboo chop sticks are also provided for disposal of waste. According to the CHANOYU ICHIESHUU ’ƒ“’ˆê‰ïW by Ii Soukan ˆäˆÉ@ŠÏ (Ii Naosuke ˆäˆÉ’¼•J; 1815-60), when no chiriana is provided a waste basket can be used for the disposal of leaves and twigs. The IZUMIGUSA ˜aò‘ discusses the convenience of the placement of a circular chiriana in the toilet, and the SOUSHUN'OU CHADOUKIKIGAKI @t‰¥’ƒ“¹•·‘ advises a square chiriana be built near the waiting room if there is no toilet there.
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