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Iemoto (家元; lit., "family foundation") is a Japanese term used to refer to the founder or current Head Master of a certain school of traditional Japanese art. It is used synonymously with the word sōke (宗家) when it refers to the family or house that the iemoto is head of.

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Schools of Japanese tea ceremony

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