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Red Kyusu
Red Kyusu
Teapots of the Tokoname ware (常滑焼), one of the six original kiln traditions in Japan, have a history dating back to the Heian Period, over 900 years ago. The clay of these kyusu react with tannins in tea to decrease...
$18.00
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Tokoname Yuzamashi
Tokoname Yuzamashi
Yuzamashi were developed long ago to help bring boiled water to a desirable temperature for brewing green tea, which typically requires temperatures under 180F (e.g. Sencha Fukamushi), and sometimes as low as 100F (e.g. traditional Temomicha, "hand-rolled tea"). The cooled...
$16.00
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Shiboridashi Teapot
Shiboridashi Teapot
Shiboridashi (絞り出し) are palm sized, handleless brew vessels that have been adapted for relatively slow and cool temperature brewing. Literally translated as "to squeeze out", Shiboridashi are known to "squeeze out" the natural umami of shaded Japanese teas, namely gyokuro...
$40.00
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Gold Leaf Kyusu
Gold Leaf Kyusu
With a painted white body decorated with gold leaves, our Gold Leaf Kyusu is an elegant Tokoname teapot made by the Shouhou (昭萠) Kiln. This small kyusu is best suited for higher end teas such as gyokuro or shincha, but...
$62.40
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Black Pine Kyusu
Black Pine Kyusu
Our sleek Black Pine Kyusu is a Tokoname teapot made by the Shunjuu (春秋) Kiln. The elegant striated design is reminiscent of long dark pine needles. In a quiet tea room, the sound of water boiling in the kettle is...
$68.80
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Black Kyusu
Black Kyusu
Mino ware (美濃焼) is believed to trace its roots to local ceramic production from about one and a half millennia ago. It was during the late 16th century, along with the rise of sado or tea ceremony, that this area...
$18.00
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Sakura Kyusu
Sakura Kyusu
Sakura (cherry blossoms) are the national symbol of Japan. They symbolize spring, new beginnings, and the ephemeral nature of life. Our Sakura Kyusu is suitable for all kinds of teas, especially fukamushi style (deep steamed) senchas due to its stainless...
$49.60
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Houroku
Houroku
The Houroku (焙烙) ceramic pot is perfect for making your own hojicha at home. Just like freshly-roasted coffee beans, freshly-roasted hojicha has many aromatic compounds which are lost in storage and transit. By roasting your tea at home, you can...
$20.00
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Katakuchi Chawan
Katakuchi Chawan
The Katakuchi Chawan (片口茶碗) solves the problem faced when you want to prepare matcha the traditional way, but you want to transfer the matcha into smaller cups or into another container. With a traditional chawan, the matcha will not pour...
$30.00
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Luster Kindami Chawan
Luster Kindami Chawan
Capture your guest’s attention with our Mino-Yaki Luster Kindami Chawan. Its glaze balances vitality with a restrained sophistication, and has been lovingly handcrafted into the kutsugata shape (沓形) recalling the contour of clogs worn centuries ago. The color and shape...
$40.00
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Seafoam Chawan
Seafoam Chawan
The seafoam green lacquer with white accents summons images of ocean waves lightly passing over a sandy shore. The white base clay adds vitality to the ocean imagery, while the white wave breaks playfully compliment the rich foam of the...
$30.00
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Oribe Chawan
Oribe Chawan
Oribe Ware (織部焼) is a member of the larger Mino-Yaki family. It is known for its rich colors, asymmetric shapes, and bold patterns. This Oribe Chawan in particular highlights its most famous glaze color, a gem-like green. While the nature of...
$30.00
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Sakura Shino Chawan
Sakura Shino Chawan
Shino Ware (志野焼) is one of many styles within Mino-Yaki. Dating from the 16th century, it is still sought after by modern tea practitioners for its characteristic thick milk-white glaze textured with small holes along with brushwork depictions of seasonal...
$30.00
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Tsubame Chakoshi (Tea Strainer)
Tsubame Chakoshi (Tea Strainer)
Our Tsubame Chakoshi (tea strainer) balances simple elegance with function, giving the familiar actions of sifting matcha and straining loose leaf to a refined air. The dappled, tsuchime (槌目) surface is the result of hand hammering by professional craftspeople and means...
$7.00
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Tsubame Chasaji (Tea Scoop)
Tsubame Chasaji (Tea Scoop)
Our Tsubame Chasaji (tea scoop) balances elegance and function, giving ordinarily unremarkable actions a refined air. This chasaji holds roughly the same amount of tea as a standard tablespoon. The dappled, tsuchime (槌目) surface is the result of hand hammering by...
$5.00
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Tsubame Tablespoon 15ml
Tsubame Tablespoon 15ml
Our Tsubame Tablespoon balances elegance and function, giving ordinarily unremarkable actions a refined air. The dappled, tsuchime (槌目) surface is the result of hand hammering by professional craftspeople, which means that no two pieces are exactly the same. This level...
$6.00
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Tsubame Teaspoon 5ml
Tsubame Teaspoon 5ml
Our Tsubame Teaspoon balances elegance and function, giving ordinarily unremarkable actions a refined air. The dappled, tsuchime (槌目) surface is the result of hand hammering by professional craftspeople, which means that no two pieces are exactly the same. This level...
$5.00
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Susudake Chasen, Omotesenke School
Susudake Chasen, Omotesenke School
Formal bamboo whisk made from centuries-old susudake (smoked bamboo) for the Omotesenke school (表千家). These old bamboos were produced in 100-200 year-old traditional thatched-roof houses in Japan and completely smoked and dried for centuries. It is extremely hard and difficult...
$145.00
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Kurotake Chasen, Mushanokojisenke School
Kurotake Chasen, Mushanokojisenke School
Formal bamboo whisk made from kurotake (black bamboo) for the Mushanokojisenke school (武者小路千家), Kankyuuan style. The prongs are straight all the way to the tip, and the tips are shaved slightly thicker than the Senke-gata (or “Senke shape”). The chasen...
$37.00
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Shirotake Chasen, Yabunouchi School
Shirotake Chasen, Yabunouchi School
Formal bamboo whisk made from shirotake (white bamboo) for the Yabunouchi school (藪内流). The prongs are round all the way from base to tip. The chasen for the Yabunouchi school is traditionally made from small bamboo, and its prongs number...
$37.00
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Shirotake Chasen, Enshu School
Shirotake Chasen, Enshu School
Formal bamboo whisk made from shirotake (white bamboo) for the Enshu school (遠州流). The prongs are straight in the middle with a slight curve toward the tip, and each prong is shaved large and thick. This chasen is made from...
$37.00
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Shirotake Chasen, Urasenke School
Shirotake Chasen, Urasenke School
Formal bamboo whisk made from shirotake (white bamboo) for the Urasenke school (裏千家). The prongs are straight in the middle and curled at the end, which is called Senke-gata (or “Senke shape”). The tips of the prongs are shaved thin,...
$34.00
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Koicha Chasen, Chu-araho
Koicha Chasen, Chu-araho
Bamboo whisk made from shirotake (white bamboo) for Koicha tea ceremony (濃茶, “thick tea”). Koicha is a traditional matcha preparation using a lot of matcha with a small amount of water, so the tea becomes thick like a paste. It...
$35.00
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Shirotake Chasen, Red String
Shirotake Chasen, Red String
Bamboo whisk made shirotake (white bamboo) with red strings. This chasen is recommended for special occasions and celebrations. Its shape is Senke-gata (or “Senke shape”) – the most common shape with straight prongs with curled tips.  In Japan, red is...
$35.00

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