Ko-Jakin: Small Linen Chakin
A Ko-Jakin, or small chakin, is used by a guest at a tea ceremony to wipe thew lip of the tea bowl after drinking thich tea (koicha). This cloth is usually carried by the guest in a chakin-ire pouch (shown in the picture, but purchased separately from the ko-jakin).
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