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Our new feast gear basket contains the following:
* one large family-style bentō box
* four rice/soup bowls
* two noodle/fish plates
* two small trays to contain the assorted dishes
* four dipping bowls, four pairs of chopsticks, four chopstick rests (they are a set that my folks gave me ages ago)
* two large teacups (intended for water)
* one sake pitcher (intended for water) and four tiny sake cups (for tasting if such should occur, but shouldn't at this event -- it's a dry site)
* two cloth napkins
* two moist-towel holders (not that we'll probably use them this go'round; I haven't acquired towels for them yet)

... and no teapot, dang it. My teapot and its accompanying teacups are packed. I may have to see if I can dig them out of the storage unit. I have an inquiry in to the event steward as to whether or not there is hot water at the site.

The overall style of the dishes may not be totally period, but the utter crap-ton of them? Yeah, that is -- and I don't really have enough; I'd like another couple plates at some point. Japanese courses were served on low trays, one to five trays per person. Each single item was artfully arranged in its own dish, three to five dishes per tray.

Yeah. (: *geek geek geek*

I wanna figure out how to properly portage some shoyu now ...

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