22883Source for Incense and Tea Ceremony stuff was, Re: Looking for kashigata
- Sep 8, 2007--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mistresschief" <mistresschief@...> wrote:
> I'll try either the candy molds or pestering friends that can carveGood luck with that. I just came back from Japantown San Francisco and
> (although sad kitten eyes only go so far).
I DID look in the places that sold kitchen-y stuff, but did not see
anything except the antique molds at Genji Antiques. (Plastic onigiri
molds all over the place, but no kashigata.)
However, and this is a head's up to Solveig-sensei, Asakichi
carries some tea- and incense-ceremony supplies. (If you would contact
me off-list with your current mailing address, I have a very small
"care package" for you, as promised.)
While they do not have an online catalog, the proprietor assures me
they would be happy to discuss products, orders and direct shipping.
Their email contact can be found on this page:
Saionji no Hanae
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