Lesson Blog Nov 18th, 2023

This is the first lesson in November, after opening up the Ro. Tsuwabuki flowers bloom at the Roji, seems celebrating the new season.

When enter to tea room from Nijiriguchi, start hearing sounds of the warter boiling in the kettle. The sound of the host shaking tea whisk, the sound of Fukusa rustling, a quiet and peaceful time passes by.

For the sweets, prepared "Inoko-mochi (亥の子餅)" (Kyoto Confectionery Shop Senbontamajyuken).

Ro = sunken hearth
Roji = a garden approach to tea room
Nijiriguchi = a small entrance to tea room
Fukusa = a double layered square silk cloth