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Natsume

clear lacquered Amur cork wood tea caddy (natsume) with gold maki-e design of ginko leaves;

Japanese tea (matcha powder) caddy for tea ceremony

Fukusa (袱紗, also written as 帛紗 and 服紗), are a type of Japanese textile used for gift-wrapping or for purifying equipment during a Japanese tea ceremony.

red lacquered wood tea caddy (natsume) with gold maki-e bamboo design; ō-natsume (large jujube fruit) shape; unmarked.

red lacquered wood tea caddy (natsume) with gold maki-e bamboo design; ō-natsume (large jujube fruit) shape;

Precise composition of how to place charcoals for Japanese tea ceremony.

japaneseaesthetics: Precise composition of how to place charcoals for Japanese tea ceremony.

Japanese Usuchaki (container for matcha tea)

Japanese lacquered tea box or caddy (Usucha-ki or natsume), maple tree and crane decoration on reddish brown, for holding the powdered tea used in traditional tea ceremony, lacquered wood, Japan

茶道具 長棗 蛍絵 青漆 叩塗、 中村湖彩作 - 茶道具 販売の佐藤大観堂 オンラインショップ

茶道具 長棗 蛍絵 青漆 叩塗、 中村湖彩作 - 茶道具 販売の佐藤大観堂 オンラインショップ

Japanese Lacquered Wooden Tea Caddy, NATSUME

YD9: Vintage Japanese Lacquered Wooden Tea Caddy, NATSUME

A pretty tea can

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Tea Caddy, early 19th century, English (pine base, cover, paper, silk)

Tea caddy (one of a pair) Date: early century Culture: British Medium: Pine base, cover;

all the sweet prettiness of life

Tetsubin nambu - pictureperfectforyou: (via / Photo “Tea Time” by David et Myrtille dpcom.

Incense box with pines, Edo period (1615–1868), 18th century, Gold, silver hiramaki-e, takamaki-e cut-out gold foil

Incense box with pines Period:Edo period Medium:Gold, silver hiramaki-e, takamaki-e cut-out gold foil application on gold ground

Pu er tea in package

Pu er tea in package

Tea Caddy Japan, 19th century The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Covered Tea Carrier with Design of Autumn Grasses Japanese Art (Japan, century):.Red lacquer with gold leaves, grasses, and flowers 2 x 2 in.

花結び [藤] tea ceremony

花結び [藤] tea ceremony

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