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KEY WORD :@architecture / tea houses
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A book of explanations and regulations of tea ceremony in one volume, believed to be the teaching of Ichio Iori ˆê”öˆÉD (1602-89). The book's main claim is that Yoshirou —^Žl˜Y (Soueki @ˆÕ; Sen Rikyuu ç—˜‹x;1522-91) was invited by Takeno Jouou •–ìÐ‰¨ (1502-55) to Kuchirikai ŒûØ‰ï. The book's main claim is that tea ceremony should be done by opening new tea jar and use new tea around first part of October.
[and he begged three day postponement, that once in lifetime accomplishment of tea of Tennoujiya Soukyuu “V‰¤Ž›‰®@‹y, or tea party in snow night by Hariya Soushun j‰®@t, Toyotomi Hideyoshi –LbG‹g (1536-98) attending, et al the same kind seen in SOUJINBOKU ‘l–Ø, and as supplement CHIDORI NO KOURO ç’¹‚̍˜F (Chidori incense burner) and FURUTA ORIBE JIHITSU SHOMOTSU UTSUSHI ŒÃ“cD•”Ž©•M‘•¨ŽÊ (Copy of book in Furuta Oribe's own writing) is recorded. It could be said that it is a separate one from HOSOKAWA CHANOYU NO SHO ×ì’ƒ“’”V‘ for time being, but it might be a modified type of book. It seems that CHADOU TAIKAN ’ƒ“¹‘åŠÓ put new title HOSAKAWA SANSAI CHASHO on tea book called SANSAI CHANOYU KOUGI ŽOÖ’ƒ‚Ì“’Œû‹`. The title on the first page of the text corresponds to that book. Incidentally, there is a separate tea book titled HOSOKAWA SANSAI CHASHO.
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