Daien-no-Shin - chashaku postion

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When bringing in Tenmoku-Dai for setting up the temae at the beginning, chashaku is placed on the dai-hanne. Which of the following positions have you studied during the practice:

  1. In front tip pointing to the left
  2. On the right side, tip inside hanne
  3. On the right side, tip hanging out face down
  4. On the right side, tip hanging out face up

I studied using version 2 but I have seen other arrangements.

Thank you for providing your experience

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From the blog chanoyu-to-wa, if the chashaku is not carried in on the kae-chawan, I place it on the hane, right side, pointed forward and tip up.  Alternatively, if you are using a naga-bon to hold the temmokudai, it can be placed on the tray between the chaire and the temmokudai.

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    Interesting that this answer was down voted …
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I believe that in Urasenke it should be on the right side of the dai from 6 o’clock to 3 o’clock with the tip pointing up.

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    Gabriel Caciulas answer has been made into a comment: Marius, I am not sure how to use the site if I need to continue a conversation on a topic which I raised. In this case, should I understand from your answer that the chashaku is on the right side of the dai have, tail at 6 and tip at 3? If so, did you study this in Kyoto? This is for the first time that I hear of this position. Could you comment please? Thanks
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    Marius comment has been moved: The best place to run a discussion or ask for clarification is in the comment fields. Then one can update/edit the question and/or answer afterwards if a better version is discovered. I learned the higher temae from a teacher in Kyoto. I haven’t ever seen this done by anybody else so my notes are based on only this one source.
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Gabriel, 2 for daien-no-shin. 1 is for another temae.

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