Guests Serve

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Kaiseki - Cha-kaiseki
... on the far side of the meal tray for each guest, which is why it is called mukĊzuke (lit ... (usually some kind of fish), brought out in a serving dish for the guests to serve themselves ... lidded bowl, to cleanse the palate before the exchange of sake (rice wine) between host and guests ...

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