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Precious Pieces restored shoji screen door for the Japanese Tea Room at the Hammond Museum and the washi parchment door is applied classA fire retardant and konjac reinforced clear coat.

This tearoom was made by tearoom master carpenter in Kyoto, Japan and used by Sen So-oku who is 15th generation of Mushanokoji tea master when he was in the US as Cultural Ambassador. >click pictures to enlarge
Now the tea room is named Ryu Sui Ken and donated to Hammond Museum North Salem, NY. The tearoom was re-constructed in the premises and preserved for future Chakai tea ceremony. The tearoom is located by upscale Japanese stroll garden which opens to public.
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