• Temae dōgu (点前道具, "items for the tea-making and service")

A wide range of utensils, known collectively as dōgu, is necessary for even the most basic tea ceremony. Generally, items which guests prepare themselves with for attending a chanoyu gathering are not considered chadōgu; rather, the term fundamentally applies to items involved to "host" a chanoyu gathering. This article, however, includes all forms of implements and paraphernalia involved in the practice of chanoyu. 

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26/04/2021

Equipment for tea ceremony is called dōgu (道具; lit., "tools"), or more specifically chadōgu ..... Futaoki(蓋置, literally "lid rest[s]") are for resting the lid of the kettle on, and also for resting the water ladle (hishaku) on. They are made of bamboo, ...