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Robiraki

…be opened to reveal the hearth, hence “opening” the ro. The traditional opening of the hearth, ro-biraki, 炉開, hearth-open, should occur on the first I no hi, 亥の日, Boar’s day,…

Inoshishi Robiraki

…the similarities and differences between the two hearths and placement of utensils.     A-mi-da-dō gama, 阿弥陀堂釜, Praise-increase-steep-hall kettle, set in the ro, 炉, hearth. Ro-biraki, 炉開, open-hearth, is enacted…

Cha 茶月Tsuki

…in business.  13 Tsuitachi, 朔, first day of the lunar 10th month. Ro-biraki, 炉開, Hearth-open. I no Hi, 亥の日, Boar’s Day. I-no-ko mochi, 亥の子餅, Boar’s-child mochi. More fire and light…

Opening the Ro

…Great-shrine. Buddhist deities stay in their temples, and in Chanoyu, the furo is set in the middle of the tatami, and may have Buddhist influences. Ro-biraki, 炉開, hearth-open, occurs on…

Tea in November

…for more than 150 million years.   For Robiraki, rips, holes, damaged, and stained shō-ji gami , 障子紙, hinder-of paper, should be repaired. Old dead bamboo fence posts renewed with…

Ro: November Opening

…香合, incense-gather, for ro-biraki, 炉開, hearth-open, are usually made of ceramic, and are often in the form of boars, and yuzu. It should be remembered that a kō-gō in the…