Choice from 4 types.
Bamboo tea scoop
Bamboo chasen tea whisk.
Choice from FOUR tea bowls
Azure blue ocean pattern tea bowl
The interior of the bowl resembles an azure blue ocean. It is a beautiful feature that was enhanced by the choice of glaze to use for the interior of the bowl. A beautiful and refreshing image that is especially suitable for a refreshing bowl of matcha during summer.
Moonlight sky pattern tea bowl
The interior of the bowl resembles a moon-lit sky at night. It is a beautiful feature that came about during firing in the kiln due to chemical reactions in the clay and glaze of the tea bowl.
Gold colored skin pattern tea bowl
A stylish, elegant and sturdy tea bowl with a bright golden shine. The perfect tea bowl to brighten your day with a delicious bowl of matcha.
Gohon-style deer-back motif tea bowl
The gohon-style is a style of pottery for tea bowls that already dates centuries back. The natural balance between pink and white specks makegohon-style tea bowls resemble the back of a deer. A very much favored traditional Japanese motif.
Bamboo tea scoop
Measure how much matcha you need
A stylish bamboo tea scoop to measure the amount of tea powder needed for your bowl of tea.
- For a bowl of thin-tea (usucha), scoop tea with the bowl of the tea-scoop only, and insert 2 scoops and a half into your tea-bowl.
- For a bowl of thick-tea (koicha), use the entire front half of the tea-scoop to draw tea onto, and measure three scoops per one person’s portion.
Bamboo chasen tea whisk
For a beautiful froth
A tea whisk is the most basic utensil required to prepare a bowl of matcha tea. Having added the right amount of matcha tea powder and hot water into the tea bowl, use the tea whisk to briskly mix the powder and water together until a bright green froth appears.
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