The tea starts before entering the teahouse. Each step taken by guests across Rosie takes another step from the ordinary steps close to the world of the tea ceremony. For the Japanese, Roger is the place to leave the world. When going to a teahouse, you must observe certain rules and take specific actions. The tools corresponding to these various actions are placed in Roger in the proper order. The origin of tea returns to the beginning of the tea ceremony. Today, especially for people other than black tea, it is the style I like most when I imagine a Japanese garden. On the washbasin,. These stones are more than they are located in the washbasin, depending on the role they play. The stone surrounding the washstand is placed so that water does not come out from there. These stones are called and smoothed with water. There are stones placed to drain water after it is used for rituals. These are called. The stone at the front of the sink is called the front stone and it is for stepping out when drawing water from the basin. The stone to the right of the washbasin is for putting a wooden pail for hot water in the cold season and the stone on the left is for placing the tea ceremony at night. Tsutsumi is the most important and roji. Here, guests can wash their hands, rinse their mouths in their bodies and minds, and create a wet place in the washstand and a scene to convey sensations using plants and objects before entering the tea house. Even a small plot. Tsukuba City originally intended to contain stones, but it is not necessary to do at this point.
It is good to put a place where you can enjoy it indoors. If you are a guest, you can add the atmosphere by introducing the sounds of flowers and water above the water. You can also set up lights to decorate the garden in the evening. Most Chamon is as simple as a lattice of bamboo or a bent branch because it is not necessary to completely hide one side like a typical gate. The gates of curved branches have popular simple and rustic shapes in the form of diamonds in the frame in which bamboo slats are woven into the frame. There is a ceremony or a garden with traditional landscaping and a garden with laundry and other everyday items.