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臨済寺 茶室「無想庵」 (静岡市葵区)
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臨済寺 茶室「無想庵」  "MUSOUAN Tea-ceremony room" of Rinzai-ji Temple

三畳台目の茶室は京都・大徳寺内にある茶室の模造と伝えられているが詳細は分からない。いずれにせよ近世の作だからそれほど厳密なものではないのかもしれない。むしろ小堀遠州の「長四畳台目構え」の茶室を「三畳台目構え」に翻案したのではないかと思われる。「長四畳台目構え」の古い作例の現存の有無は承知していないが、小堀遠州が伏見屋敷に作ったという茶室が島田市の「お茶の郷」に復元されている。私は写真で見ただけだが、この復元された「長四畳台目構え」の茶室一番外側の一畳を取り除いて若干の手直しをすれば、その空間構成はずいぶんと似たものになるように思える。

私は茶道についての知識を全く持ち合わせていないので上記の点については手持ちの本などを調べた上での考えであり、誤りもあるかもしれない。

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