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SEKISHUU SANBYAKUKAJOU@ΏBOS
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A tea ceremony encyclopedia based on the methods of Katagiri Sekishu ЋːΏB (1605-73), who is believed to have authored 300 articles on tea ceremony regulations and presented them to Shogun Tokugawa Ietsuna ƍj (1641-80). Later, his disciples gathered together, it is believed, and provided explanations for its various dictates and published them in the late 17c. There are many similar books with erroneous copying errors and omissions. Among them, the MUJUUSHOU Z, which is said to have been annotated by Mujuuken Ryoua Z, a leading disciple of priest Ikei }k (1644-1714). It is well ordered, and seems to have been the parent book for other popular editions. The CHADOU KOTENZENSHUU ÓTSW, a collection of classics on tea, included a copy of the MUJUUSHOU, now owned by the National Diet Library, and entitled SEKISHUU SANBYAKUKAJOU. The original text consists of 3 volumes, each containing 100 articles. Subjects include: the spirit of tea ceremony, old practices, implements, tea gardens, tearooms and flowers. A considerable number of illustrations are included.
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