I'm going to make a list of the points I need to remind my self about each temae. These might or might not be usefull for other people.
- Almost always, stand with the foot your going to cross the next tatami line in the front.
- Chasen is lifted twice in the beginning and once in the end of a regular temae.
- When the ketle is taken of the ro it goes all the way to the wall.
- When you need the kogo:
- move the sumitori to the top right side of the dogu tatami, the When ko is about to be
- take the haiki out and bring the kogo in
- Add ko, hikae while guest get the kogo
- Move sumitori back to its original place
- Move kettle to the right side of the dogutatami
- Get yakkan/mizutsugi
After serving the fist tea "Ofuku kagen wa...",
Make second tea, no cold water before making tea, serve second tea and "Ofuku kagen wa...",
- Add cold water
- Answer questions from first guest facing imae.
- Take chawan back.
- Clean, but do not wash second tea bowl, only add water and discard.
- Oyu, Chasen, Move chawan closer
- No hikae
- No hikae
- Put Chashaku on kobukusa for haiken
- Two hands on the chawan.
- Water, chasen, pull back with both hands, chasen toshi
- Turn kyakutuki with chawan, put out kobukusa, place chawan on kobukusa
- Hikae untill the guest has picked up the chawan.
- Turn Kyakutsuki to take chawan back. (It is returned on kobukusa)
- Before the host takes the chawan the guest ask about the story.
- After haiken request, handle chawan with one hand as usually.
- Second chakin on kama no futa.
- Bring in the second chawan with the kensui.
- Finish with the tomo's chawan.
- Go get the second chawan after making the tea for the kinin.
- Finish with the kinin's chawan.
- For the second chasen do not lift to look during chasen toshi.
- Close tetubin futa then get chasen
- Chakin is taken out and refolded after water is poured in, but before inspecting chasen.
- No haiken: Chabako comes back with kensui after chashaku purification
- Haiken: Chabako and kensui comes backe when chasen is in chawan to make space in front.
- Put chakin on the lid just after taking out chasen. After pouring water refold chakin.
- Box is moves as for Unohanadate.
- If you have a iron furo and have drawn lines in the haigata you may omitt the haiki. In that case you will not do nakabaki either.
- If your furo has rings flip them down, right side then left side before taking the hane from the sumitori (one book say to do it before you get the haiki). Take them up just before opening kama no futa first right then left.
- If there is only one guest the okashi goes Kamiza after taking sweets.
In Jiku Kazari the fan goes on the LEFT side, stuck under the obi for men and under the obi jime (cord over the obi) for women. The paper of the fan should be flat or parallel with the obi, not to press against the kimono, this means putting it in so that the outsides of the handle are against the obi and kimono (or obi jime and obi for women).