Japan, Kyoto: Daitokuji, Kohoan 1644, burned down 1793, rebuilt 1797
Part of Kohoan, on its northwest corner. The name comes from Zhuangzi, 'Net is to catch fish; when the fish is caught we forget the net.' 'Forgotten Fish Net' is from Zhuangzi. Enshu retired to Kohoan; his posthumous title is Kohoan.
Bosenseki, Bosen tea room 大徳寺孤篷庵忘筌席
Architecture -- Japan -- Kyoto Prefecture -- Kyoto -- (YVRC) Japanese tea ceremony -- (LC)
Buddhist, Zen: Rinzai sect Edo period, 1615-1868 Kirei sabi (gracefulness and simplicity)
tea houses, tea rooms (chashitsu) (YVRC)
Sculptures, Models, & Architecture
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