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IMG_3737 * Screen decorating the entrance to the tea room. It stylised Kanji for Fune (Ocean) * 3648 x 2736 * (2.46MB)
IMG_3739 * I was asked to display my kamakura bori carvings for everyone to look at. * 3648 x 2736 * (2.51MB)
IMG_3762 * The Ochakai began with a traditional and fancy lunch. * 3648 x 2736 * (2.75MB)
IMG_3763 * First Course invovling more things than I have the patience to write. * 3648 x 2736 * (2.93MB)
IMG_3767 * Course 2: A soup with rice balls and other things. * 3648 x 2736 * (2.24MB)
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IMG_3769 * Course 3: Fish, tofu, egg  and lotus root * 3648 x 2736 * (3.18MB)
IMG_3771 * Course 4: Taro, fish cake, wakame, bonito flakes, bamboo and more. * 3648 x 2736 * (2.72MB)
IMG_3772 * Course 4: Individual hot pot. And rice followed this to end lunch. * 3648 x 2736 * (2.98MB)
IMG_3773 * This was my debut as a qualified teacher. Here I give the opening greeting. * 2736 x 3648 * (2.86MB)
IMG_3774 * Bringing in the tea bowl. * 3648 x 2736 * (2.84MB)
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IMG_3775 * All the utensils have now been brought in and positioned. I am now ready to begin preparing the tea. * 3648 x 2736 * (2.72MB)
IMG_3776 * Pouring the okoicha tea powder from it's carrier into the tea bowl. * 2736 x 3648 * (3.17MB)
IMG_3777 * Pouring the tea from the tea carrier (chaire) into the tea bowl. * 2736 x 3648 * (3.22MB)
IMG_3780 * Mixing the thick tea (okoicha) using the bamboo whisk. * 2736 x 3648 * (3.02MB)
IMG_3781 * The tea is presented to the first guest who is a teacher in the tea school. * 3648 x 2736 * (2.73MB)
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