In Hana-date do you put or take out anything from the Chabako-box with right hand?

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In Hana-date do you put or take out anything from the Chabako-box with right hand? It seems a bit awkward to lean across to do things with right hand. The books I have checked only display some of the items being placed or removed from the box, but they are all left hand. I was wondering if there is anything that uses right hand or both hands.

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My understanding is that in hana-date the right hand is used to remove the fukusa, kobukusa, chashaku, and natsume/chawan (assisted by the left hand) from the chabako box at the start of the temae and is used to place those same items in the box at the end of the temae, in reverse order: natsume/chawan (along with left hand), chashaku, kobukusa, and fukusa. The other items are removed from the box and put back in the box with the left hand.

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