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Sometimes abbreviated to furosaki •—˜Fæ. A partition used in a tea ceremony room *chashitsu ’ƒŽº. A low two-leaf folding screen *byoubu › •— used at the edge of the host's mat *temaedatami “_‘Oô, in a large tearoom. Often approximately 60cm high and 85cm wide. Often separates the host's mat from the guest's area *kyakuza ‹qÀ. Originally used as a windbreak for the portable brazier *furo •—˜F, but also acquired an important decorative function, and served to divide the space within the room. Many materials and decorative designs were used: Sen Rikyuu ç—˜‹x (1522-91) favored a black lacquered shinnuri ^“h, frame with white paper *torinoko ’¹‚ÌŽq, pasted on it. Painting, calligraphy and gold leaf were then applied to the outer surface. Furosaki byoubu of carved wood and ditch-reed were sometimes used in summer, while others were of green bamboo.
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