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Inside Meiji 1900s Kozaburo Tamamura
Tea Ceremony: Making the fire in a hibachi. This image comes from “The Ceremonial Tea Observance in Japan,” published in 1907 (Meiji 40) by photographer Kozaburo Tamamura, and later by Teijiro Takagi.

Original text: “The mistress makes the fire, by placing the charcoal (Sumi) in the firebox. The Hibachi (firebox) for this purpose has a draught hole near the bottom, and thus the smokeless fuel burns rapidly. The finest quality of charcoal is used, of course.”

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