What are the measurements for the stools and tables used in Ryurei?
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Unless you are trying to reproduce a specific one, the measurements are not critical. Almost any table will do.
However keep in mind that temae are designed for the surface to be below the knee, on the floor. This becomes noticeable when using a furo. It has been my experience that most are too high. The ones with a built in ro are more comfortable.
Ryurei was developed to accommodate guests. Since people both inside and outside of Japan are significantly taller these days, I would suggest following proportions, but adjusting actual dimensions for the stature of modern people.
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