Kaigu set used by Daisosho when he first arrived in Hawaii in ’51, it was used in “North American” koicha seki hosted in Japanese Culture Center
Daisosho at UMAA usucha seki at Jakuan, teishu is Florizel Yasuhara. Photo by Tankosha
After the seki with the first shift UMAA team, photo by Tankosha
Tsurukame, by Oiemoto, presented to UMAA on this occasion and used in the Midorikai seki
Jusan no jushoku kaki ni komoru, “A pleasing spirit suffuses colorful trees on the auspicious mountain”, Hanaire by Richard Milgrim, mimitsuki; Kogo is Soviet, black lacquer with small flower motif and Daisosho’s writing on the lid.
Thank to Hamana-sensei and Phillip for allowing us to use their photos.