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ichijouhan-no-seki@ˆêô”¼‚̐È
KEY WORD :@architecture / tea houses
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Also written ˆê’Ÿ”¼‚̐È. A very small tea ceremony room *chashitsu ’ƒŽº, no more than one and a half mats in size. It is believed that Sen Rikyuu ç—˜‹x (1522-91) liked its intimacy and had an ichijouhan-no-seki adjacent to a 4 1/2 mats *yojouhan Žlô”¼ tea ceremony room in his home in Yoshinomachi, Kyoto.
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Konnichi'an ¡“úˆÁ
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*kabedoko •Ç°
*sadouguchi ’ƒ“¹Œû
*daimedatami ‘ä–ڏô
*mizuya douko …‰®“´ŒÉ
*ro ˜F
*mukou-ita Œü”Â
*ko-ita ¬”Â
*nijiriguchi çWŒû
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Kankyuu'an Š¯‹xˆÁ
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*tokonoma °‚ÌŠÔ
*itadatami ”ô
*sadouguchi ’ƒ“¹Œû
*daimedatami ‘ä–ڏô
*mizuya douko …‰®“´ŒÉ
*ro ˜F
*ko-ita ¬”Â
han-ita ”¼”Â
*nijiriguchi çWŒû
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