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Teepee tent is lined with cushions around interior floor
perimeter for seating. At center of teepee floor is
wood/charcoal stove or firepot with low round table-frame
positioned over it. Quilt is draped over table-frame, and round
tabletop is placed on top of quilt. Central stovepipe extends
upward from firepot, through hole in quilt and tabletop, and out
through top of teepee.
Alternate configurations could be for igloo shaped tent, or a
how to set up kotatsu table [sanman, Jan 04 2022]
how to use kotatsu [sanman, Jan 04 2022]
one in Kyoto
[xandram, Jan 04 2022]
Kotatsu ~Japanese Heating Table
[sanman, Jan 04 2022]
Some examples of hot tents
Add pillows and a tabletop on the camp stove? [a1, Jan 04 2022]
||Whilst not widely known to exist here in the US, I
found one on a hotel rooftop in Kyoto! I still like
the idea of a teepee, so here is a warmed up bun.+
||Thanks! My idea was originally to have a picnic table snugly
under a standard prism-shaped tent, with a trough-shaped
fire pit underneath, but I couldn't figure out how to deal
with the smoke problem. So I decided to switch to the
round teepee with central stovepipe surrounded by round
table. I guess a round igloo/dome shape, or even a round
yurt, would work just as well.
||The main point would be to have a space-efficient and
energy-efficient enclosure for a camping group to enjoy.
Different people also have different temperature
tolerances, and those who want more warmth can place
more of their body under the table, while those who feel
too warm can place less of their body near the table.
||// how to deal with the smoke problem //
||Electricity. At least that's what the Wikipedia article you
||Yeah, that's okay for indoors - I was thinking for more of a cold
weather camping situation.
||On one website I read a suggestion to use high grades of
charcoal that don't produce as much smoke. But that's still a
bit of a head scratcher. How did people use these indoors
before electricity was widely available? Just leave the
||The one xandram linked does have electricity.
||That feeling you get when you tell your therapist about your recurring dreams of becoming a teepee or a wigwam and he tells you relax because you're just being two tents.