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Item Tsutsugaki Indigo Cotton Marital Futon Cover. Tea Ceremony Celebratory Subject

Wonderful Images of Traditional Tea Ceremony Utensils (chadogu)
Late 1800s to Early 1900s
From Shikoku Island, the birthplace of revered Buddhist ascetic Kobo Daishi (774–835).

Shikoku Island is synonymous with natural beauty and the pursuit of spiritual perfection, both important elements of the time-honored tea ceremony.
Fabric 100% Cotton
4.3 X 5.1 feet
130 X 155 cm
Medium-Heavy Weight, Strong, Thick, Soft Fabric,
0.8 lb, 365 g
Good Overall Condition
No spots, no tears but numerous small holes and several boro patches as seen in photos.

The base indigo fabric has faded to the color of an old pair of Levy jeans. The other colors are faded too revealing lovely, colorful shades.
Comments An array of tea making utensil "chadogu" images celebrating the Japanese traditional tea ceremony (sado, the way of tea).

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