How do you finish hakobi usucha temae if there is not going to be haiken (display of utensils)?

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How do you finish hakobi usucha temae in RO-season if there is not going to be haiken (display of utensils)? At that point you have the hishaku resting on the futaoki next to the kettle. It seems a bit awkward to first take hishaku and hold it in right hand while leaning all the way across with left to pick up the futaoki.

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So, it would seem that you’re referring to method during the ro season, since in furo one would not have to “lean all the way across.” I suppose you could put the hishaku on the kensui as you would with haiken, then carry the futaoki as you shift to kama shōmen, somewhere place the futaoki down, re-pickup the hishaku, grab the futaoki with left and rehold in right, and leave with kensui in left, but I was taught that it was the same as furo: holding the hishaku parallel to the floor with right, pick up futaoki with left and pass to right, and using left to hold kimono shut shift to kama shōmen. Pick up kensui with left and leave.

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    I was taught the same as Philip: holding the hishaku parallel to the floor with right, pick up futaoki with left and pass to right, and using left to hold kimono shut shift to kama shōmen. Pick up kensui with left and leave.
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