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1@Triple shelves. Shelves which now are rarely seen in a tea ceremony room except at Nishihonganji Tekisuien Gyoukatei Ό–{ŠθŽ›“H‰‰€ΰC‰Τ’ΰ in Kyoto. There are positioned rear the host's mat temaeza “_‘Oΐ. The top shelf is 60.6cm x 36cm, the middle shelf is 42cm x 36cm and the bottom shelf is 30cm x 24cm. The space between the uppermost and middle shelf is 27cm and between the middle and lowest one is 18cm. A slender piece of bamboo is used to hang the top and middle shelves, but the lowest shelf is attached to and rests on the base strip hikigi ˆψ–Ψ. There is also a finishing board at the bottom of the sleeve wall *sodekabe ‘³•Η.

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@A movable set of shelves which has three shelves above a bottom board that sits directly on the floor. Said to have been a favorite of Sen Rikyuu η—˜‹x (1522-1591).
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