By craftsman Gyokkō.
Tokoname, Aichi, Japan.
Versatile mini kyusu.
Regional clay and craftsmanship.
- Contents: 1 mini kyusu Teapot (with built-in strainer).
- Packaging: Cardboard box.
- Size (tea pot): 80ml
Pine skin look and feel
The red clay used to craft this Tokoname kyusu is indicative of the pottery region’s long history and tradition. Tokoname-ware is known for it’s vermillion color. The pine skin-like look and feel again shows the care and skill of the artisan potter who has carefully hand-crafted this tea pot.
Minute pottery strainer inset
The minuteness of the holes in the pottery strainer inset of this tea pot makes for a versatile applicability, allowing its user to brew a variety of teas in this single kyusu. It is just as suitable for fine sencha leaves as it is for larger oolong or black teas.
Versatile small tea pot
It’s a versatile tea pot allowing you to brew any type of tea in it. And thanks to its small size, only 80 ml large, it is especially suitable to brewing to for yourself, or to share with a companion. It even makes for a compact, light-weight travel companion to enjoy a cup of tea wherever you are.
Tokoname-yaki is one of the largest producers of tea-ware, and especially kyusu tea-pots in Japan. Their Kyusu are very user friendly and are created with the greatest attention to the balance and harmony between beauty and usefulness.
Pine Skin Tokoname Kyusu Red
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