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, are displayed. Sixth platform These are items used within the palatial residence. tansu: chest of (usually five) drawers, sometimes with swinging outer covering doors. nagamochi: long chest for kimono storage. hasamibako: smaller clothing storage box, placed on top of nagamochi. kydai: literally mirror stand, a smaller chest of drawer with a mirror on top. haribako: sewing kit box. two hibachi: braziers. daisu: a set of ocha dgu or cha no yu dgu, utensils for the tea ceremony. Seventh platform These are items used when away from the palatial residence. jubako, a set of nested lacquered food boxes with either a cord tied vertically around the boxes or a stiff handle that locks them together. gokago, a palanquin. goshoguruma, an ox-drawn carriage favored by Heian nobility. This last is sometimes known as gisha or gyuusha. Less common, hanaguruma, an ox drawing a cart of flowers. Elsewhere...

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