==Development== Sen no Rikyū is said to have been important in the development of the roji. At his Myōki-an, the `sleeve-brushing pine` gained its name from the garden`s diminutive size. For his tea house at Sakai, he planted hedges to obscure the view over the Inland Sea, and only when a guest bent over the tsukubai would he see the view. Ri......
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(from the article `cha-shitsu`) ...ceremony. Ideally, the cha-shitsu, or tea house, is separated from the house and is approached through a small garden called a roji (`dewy path`), ...
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