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tea caddyの例文

  • Katatsuki ' is a square-shouldered tea caddy .
  • This ceramic tea caddy is a legacy of the tokugawa shogun family .
  • Furthermore , the luzon pots are classified as ' shimamono ' (an imported tea caddy ) within the tea utensils .
  • Offering him ' tsukumononasu ,' known as an excellent chinese tea caddy , he expressed his obedience to nobunaga .
  • In addition , among the luzon pots , those without letters or patterns are called ' matsubo ' (an unfigured tea caddy ).
  • He was the gay boyfriend of yoshimasa ashikaga , and was given " tsukumonasu (chinese tea caddy )" from him as a sign of trust .
  • Fukusa is used to clean chaire (ceramic tea caddy ), natsume (wooden tea caddy ), chashaku (bamboo tea spoon for making japanese tea ) or other tea utensils , or to remove a kettle lid .
  • It is called tenka (emperor ) and katatsuki (a square-shouldered tea caddy ) is referred to as seii taishogun (literally , " the great general who subdues the barbarians ," but here semantically shogun ).
  • Based on these , tokugo uchida speculates that natsume may be derived from a kind of lacquered containers for medicine as well as a " yaro " tea caddy .
  • Among the others , the ' kinrinji ' tea caddy is regarded as the highest-ranked usuki (usuchaki ) and treated as such , since the legend has it that it was created by the emperor godaigo .
  • Zukiri ,' ' yaro ,' and ' satsu ' wooden tea caddies were the forerunners of natsume tea caddies , which appeared in chakaiki (the records of tea ceremonies ) prior to the natsume tea caddy .
  • Zendo-ji natsume type (one variety of ishi-doro having an extraordinary shape and having natsume (a tea caddy for powdered tea )-like carvings around hibukuro , which derives from one of the two ishi-doro existing in zendo-ji temple in nijo , kiyamachi , kyoto city )
  • However , the custom of using these wooden tea caddy for thin tea started only in the edo period , when the powdered tea for thick tea and that for thin tea came to be contained in different types of containers .
  • Tenka san nasu refers to the following three nasu (eggplant-shaped tea caddy ): tsukumo nasu (literally , nasu of gray hair ), matsumoto nasu (nasu originally owned by shuho matsumoto ), and fuji nasu (literally , nasu of mt . fuji ).
  • In the wake of the kyushu conquest in 1587 , " narashiba katatsuki " passed into hideyoshi ' s possession via tanezane akizuki; as the result , all the three major katatsuki (a square-shouldered tea caddy ) belonged to hideyoshi .
  • He learned sado from sen no rikyu and uraku oda , and his chaire (tea container ) was a masterpiece called " fuji nasu " (eggplant-shaped tea caddy ) which he got from hideyoshi and which was one of the great three " nasu " tea caddies .
  • The change in values is clearly reflected in the hierarchy of utensils; according to the ' new year edition ' , the order of chaire (a ceramic tea caddy used to make thick tea ) was ' chaire ' placed higher than ' chaire ' , whereas the order of the two was reversed in the later ' february edition .'
  • While being opposed to nagayasu miyoshi , tomomichi iwanari and masayasu miyoshi , hisahide for a while gained the hegemony in kinai , which lead to the full blossoming of the matsunaga clan; however , in 1568 , when nobunaga oda came to kyoto in support of yoshiaki ashikaga , yoshiteru ' s younger brother , since hisahide noticed nobunaga ' s excellent caliber and overwhelming military power , hisahide presented a fine art work--a tsukumonasu (chinese tea caddy )--to nobunaga as a sign that he would yield , and thus he became nobunaga ' s vassal .