Yamato Enshu School (大和遠州流)

The Yamato Enshu school is one of the Japanese tea ceremony schools headed by the Kobori Gonjuro family, which originated from Masai KOBORI, the third son of Enshu KOBORI (also known as Masakazu KOBORI).

Successive generations

The Kobori Gonjuro family was a hatamoto (direct vassal of the shogun) family who had been given 1,000 koku of rice per year as a salary.

Successive headmen of the Yamato Enshu school

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