chawan

(Terry 1930) Drink [Lit. tea (wooden/porcelain) bowl < cha-wan 茶碗 (< MChin) a rice (or tea) bowl] a tea bowl, usu. employed in the tea ceremony as black raku ware 楽焼
(Cannon, Garland. 1996. The Japanese Contributions to the English Language: An Historical Dictionary.)

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