An American potter's journal about making and collecting utensils for her study of chanoyu.
In addition to making ceramic objects in her home studio, Linda collects materials and makes one-of-a-kind chabako, the small portable box that holds almost all the items needed for the five variations of this specific traditional Japanese tea ritual.
Friday, June 22, 2012
I found a clear box that is pretty close to the correct chabako proportions, but the lid has a white edge so I didn't include it in this photo. Now I'm sure that I want to invest in a very nice clear box and will research having one made.