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TeaHouseWindowInuYama

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Window of the Joan tea house in the Urakuen tea garden in Inuyama, used for tea ceremonies. The Joan tea house was built in 1618 by Oda Uraku 1547-1621, younger brother of Oda Nobunaga. Tea master Oda Uraku was a student of the famous tea master Sen no Rikyu. While the Joan tea house was originally built in Kyoto, it was moved to its current location in 1972. The building is considered one of the finest examples of tea house architecture. The window is woven bamboo tied together with a climbing plant, on an adobe wall