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What is Kaiseki?
It is a small, folded Japanese paper for carrying in a pocket.
It is also called a letter in the sense of the paper that you carry with your hand.
It has been used in various applications such as memo paper, handkerchiefs, dust paper, letter paper, etc. from Heian nobles to modern people in general.
The usage in the tea ceremony is as follows.
When taking out the confectionery to be served, the customer uses it instead of the plate at hand.
In this case, keep the bunch in front of the bundle and handle it,
After use, wipe the brow in the upper right or upper left corner.
After eating, flip over only one from the bottom,
Be careful not to let the powder fall off and you will be in the kimono's pocket bag.
In light tea, after drinking, wipe the mouth of the teacup with your fingers,
Clean the finger with a nostalgic kaiseki.
In the case of dark tea, directly use the teapot's mouth with a sukishi,
Or wipe with a special cloth or paper called a small tea towel.
When you can't eat confectionery, you wrap it in a paper bag and leave it in your pocket.
Country of Manufacture: Japan
Material / Component: Japanese Paper
- 16 L × 10 W × 5 H
|Country of Manufacture||Japan|