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Also written , \. The pasting of paper on the lower part of the clay wall in a tea ceremony room, one piece of which is always pasted near the host's mat *temaedatami _O. The height of the paper varies from 24-60cm, but is usually higher behind the guest's mat *kyakudatami q, and is pasted in two layers. In the past, only Japanese handmade paper was used, but its quality varied. Besides new or white paper, brown, dark blue or gray paper was employed, Saiou-in Yodomi-no-seki @Ő, Kyoto. Old used paper, old calendars, Jo'an @, Aichi prefecture, and even old letters, for example at Souketsu'an , Aichi prefecture, sometimes serve the same purpose.
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Old Imai  house / Mino Shiryoukan Zj (Gifu)
Old Imai house / Mino Shiryoukan Zj (Gifu)

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