Taken from Tanko Text New Temae Compilation 22: Nakaoki
The Ooita

The Ooita, a square board 1 shaku and 4 sun big, can be in shinnuri lacquer, kakiawase lacquer, or in the arame style or of plain wood and so on.

Nakaoki Procedure: Thick Tea
The mizusashi and chaire being displayed, the procedure is the same as the gyogo-dana. Since there is no upper board, turn the shifuku over and set it with the left hand at katte.
When putting out the utensils for viewing, display the hishaku vertically at katte on top of ooita using your right hand and display the futaoki at the lower right of the handle (Photo 1). Do not do yugaeshi.

Nakaoki: Thin Tea Procedure
When displaying the hishaku, without doing yugaeshi, take a steady the hishaku. Put the futaoki at the right (of katte) with only the right hand (Photo 2). Display the hishaku with the right hand vertically on the left of the ooita (Photo 3, 4).

大板
大板は一尺四寸四方の板で、真塗、掻合わせ塗、又は荒目、木地などがあります。
中置 濃茶点前
水指、茶入の荘付け、点前とも五行棚と同じですが、天板がないので仕覆は打ち返して、左手で勝手付に置きます。
拝見物を出すと、柄杓を右手で大板の上、勝手付に縦に荘り、蓋置を柄の右手前に荘ります(写真①)。湯返しはしません。
中置 薄茶点前
柄杓を荘るときは、湯返しせんずに柄杓を取ってかまえ、蓋置を右一手で右に寄せ(写真②)、柄杓を右手で大板勝手付に縦に荘ります(写真③④)。

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