Tea Utensils


$119.49
Contents of Set: ・ Gyokuro teapot ・ Hot water container ・ Two teacups
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$134.61
Content of Set: ・ Gyokuro teapot ・ Hot water ・ Two teacups
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$71.45
Due to popular demand and requests for this item used at our demonstrations, we are introducing the Matcha Serving Bowl for order from our online MaikoTea...
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$211.60
Portable Set with 2 Bowls , N atsume , W hisk Stand & Basket: This tea set contains all necessary M atcha utensils in an easy-to-carry basket. A...
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$74.68
Maiko Matcha Starter Set: Shoshin This "Shoshin" Matcha Starter Set includes all of the essential tools you need to prepare a delicious bowl of Matcha. In...
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$14.94
Matcha Natsume This thin tea container is made of lacquerware and its stunning design will certainly enhance your Matcha time! Please transfer the Matcha...
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$18.67
Whisk Stand & 50 ml Measuring Cup A very helpful tool for preparing your Matcha! When filled with hot water to the upper line of the bamboo design, it...
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$56.01
Matcha Furui: When you look very closely at powdered green tea, you might detect a few lumps. By using a Matcha Furui, you will able to break them all down...
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$7.47
Chashaku (Takayama, Ikoma, Nara Japan) This plain chashaku is the most common version of bamboo spoon used for green tea powder. How to take...
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$14.94
Mizuya Chashaku (Takayama, Ikoma, Nara Japan): The Mizuya Chashaku is often used at tea ceremonies with many participants, as it is very convenient to...
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$14.94
Shirodake Chashaku (Takayama, Ikoma, Nara Japan): This scoop is different from a regular chashaku because of the wavy lines through its upper part....
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$12.45
Susudake Chashaku (Takayama, Ikoma, Nara Japan): Susudake is bamboo that is taken from old, straw-thatched house ceilings where it has changed to an auburn...
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$37.34
Kisen Chasen Chuaraho (Takayama, Ikoma, Nara Japan): This chasen is used by the Urasenke school for the preparation of Koicha (thicker Matcha used for...
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Kisen Chasen Unge (Takayama, Ikoma, Nara Japan): The Unge chasen is unique in that it is made with three rows of prongs, rather than the usual two...
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$43.56
Kisen Chasen Shin (Takayama, Ikoma, Nara Japan): This chasen is used the Urasenke school in Japanese tea ceremony. Produced by Takayama bamboo...
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$27.38
Kisen Chasen 80 Pon-Date The 80 pon-date chasen is the most common whisk used for preparing Matcha tea. This whisk -- made from the finest quality ash...
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$149.36

Shino-ware is a type of Japanese pottery characterized by thick white glazes, red scorch marks, and a texture of small holes.

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$74.68

Shino-ware is a type of Japanese pottery characterized by thick white glazes, red scorch marks, and a texture of small holes.

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$74.68

Oribe-ware is a type of Japanese pottery characterized by a green, copper glaze and boldly painted design.

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$59.74

This high-fired, smooth-surfaced bowl has a finely enamelled decoration on a creamy, earthen body covered with a crackled glaze.

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$59.74

This high-fired, smooth-surfaced bowl has a finely enamelled decoration on a creamy, earthen body covered with a crackled glaze.

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$59.74

This high-fired, smooth-surfaced bowl has a finely enamelled decoration on a creamy, earthen body covered with a crackled glaze.

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$44.81

This high-fired, smooth-surfaced bowl has a finely enamelled decoration on a creamy, earthen body covered with a crackled glaze.

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$44.81

This high-fired, smooth-surfaced bowl has a finely enamelled decoration on a creamy, earthen body covered with a crackled glaze.

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