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Also chabukusa ’ƒåގÑ. A thick silk cloth used by the host at a tea ceremony to wipe tea bowls *chawan ’ƒ˜q, and tea scoops *chashaku ’ƒŽÛ, or to hold the tea kettle *chanoyugama ’ƒ“’Š˜. The standard size is 27cm x 28.6cm. It is folded into a triangle and tucked into the waist. It is similar to a habutae ‰H“ñd, a type of heavy silk from China. The methods of handling and refolding during a tea ceremony vary according to the school of tea.
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