Today was interesting Oiemoto Zabosai preformed a memorial for hideyoshi at his grave site (if you know the history behind hideyoshi and rikyu this would seem very odd). We then attended a kenchashiki and enjoyed great tea and a great meal. Sadly no photos are allowed in the historical tea rooms. (Or almost any tea room during Chado for that matter.) I did get a few photos of the outside portion though.
This is the ceremonial Dana used, notice the white fukusa and the in unlacquered natsume.
The Kama for the ritual tea offering.
An exquisite ginbin used during a quick outdoor rakyubon temae.
The scroll that accompanied the rakyubon.
the steps leading to hideyoshi's grave.