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Chasen & Chashaku Tea Ceremony 茶筅＆茶杓 茶道
Chasen is one of the tea utensils used to make matcha in the tea ceremony, and is used for mixing matcha with hot water in a bowl. Most of them are made of bamboo, but the type and color of bamboo used differs depending on the school. Chashaku is one of the tea utensils used to make tea (especially green tea), and is a spoon for scooping matcha from a container (tea bowl) and putting it in a bowl. Chasen 1～9 ⇒ ￥1650 10～ ⇒ ￥1600 Chashaku 1～9 ⇒ ￥500 10～ ⇒ ￥480
Traditional Japanese-Style Teapots 萌葱石瓶
Kyusu is a container used when making and pouring tea. Put the dried tea leaves in, pour hot water, wait for the tea leaves to steep, tilt and pour the tea into a bowl. Size: 14.2 x 8.6 x 9.2 cm 350 cc ￥16000
Traditional Japanese-Style Teapots 急須1
These teapots are called “Nanbu Tekki” in Japanese. Nanbu Tekki is a general term for iron castings that have been made in Morioka City and Oshu City in Iwate Prefecture since the 17th century. Iron casting is a technique in which molten iron is poured into a mold to form a shape. Mainly used to make daily necessities such as tea pots, iron kettles and pots. The price of Nanbu Tekki varies greatly depending on size and design. If you contact us, we will introduce Nanbu Tekki that meets your request and ship it. For 1st photo products 1～9 ⇒ ￥12500 10～ ⇒ ￥11500 For 2nd photo products 1～9 ⇒ ￥19500 10～ ⇒ ￥19000 For 3th photo products 1～9 ⇒ ￥21500 10～ ⇒ ￥21000
Traditional Japanese-Style Teapots Gas and Induction Heat Stove Safe 南部鉄器急須
These teapots are called “Nanbu Tekki” in Japanese. Nanbu Tekki is a general term for iron castings that have been made in Morioka City and Oshu City in Iwate Prefecture since the 17th century. Iron casting is a technique in which molten iron is poured into a mold to form a shape. Mainly used to make daily necessities such as tea pots, iron kettles and pots. The price of Nanbu Tekki varies greatly depending on size and design. If you contact us, we will introduce Nanbu Tekki that meets your request and ship it. For 1photo products 1～9 ⇒ ￥14000 10～ ⇒ ￥13500 For 2photo Type 3 products 1～9 ⇒ ￥11000 10～ ⇒ ￥10500 For 2photo Type 5 products 1～9 ⇒ ￥14000 10～ ⇒ ￥13000
Fujisan Pot 富士山急須
Introducing a novel kettle inspired by Mt. Fuji, a symbol of Japan. This kettle boasts high thermal conductivity and antibacterial properties, which are the characteristics of copper, and reliable quality handmade by craftsmen. The kettle with its unique looks and delicious drip functionality makes your coffee time enjoyable. Red bronze finish Fuji type Kyusu（2～4th photo） ￥20000 Red bronze finish Fuji type drip pot（5th photo） ￥25000 Red copper finish Fuji type water heater (hanging type)（6th photo） ￥42000
Traditional Japanese-Style Teapots 急須2
[Small iron kettle] You can use it for a wide range of purposes, such as boiling water, steeping tea leaves, or using it as a kyusu. The handles and lid are made of Tang copper, and each is engraved to give a gorgeous look to the ironware, which tends to have a hard look. In addition, a blue-dyed porcelain lid is attached as a replacement lid for everyday use. You can also serve sake in a hot pot on New Year's Day, and you can use it as a dish that adds the goodness of tradition to your life. [What is a hot pot] It is a tool for pouring sake used in kaiseki, but it is warm in winter and cold in summer by taking advantage of the heat and cold insulation of metal. An iron pot collection that you can use as a stylish sake conversation starter that brings the feeling of hospitality to the table. 六角形小鉄瓶（1st photo） ￥98000 四角形小鉄瓶（2nd photo） ￥110000 鉄製燗鍋（5th photo） ￥47000 南部急須（9th photo） ￥11000 岩手鋳物急須5型（10th photo） ￥14000 南部鉄瓶（11th photo） ￥30000
Copper Coffee Pots, Kettles, Pitchers, Teapots, and Cooking Pans 銅ポット, ピッチャー,鍋
Pots, pans and kettles made from copper. The copper material gives these pots excellent anti-bacterial properties as well as excellent heat conduction. Since heat transfers evenly throughout the pot, copper pots have been widely used in France and other European countries famous for their delicious food. Copper will also change color due to oxidization, so the longer one uses a copper pot, the more unique it will look. Copper Tea pot ￥21000 Copper pitcher ￥16000 Copper Pot ￥29000
Traditional Japanese-Style Teapots 急須
Kyusu is a container used when making and pouring tea. Put the dried tea leaves in, pour hot water, wait for the tea leaves to steep, tilt and pour the tea into a cup or a small bowl. Openwork copper teapot（1st Photo） ￥12500 萌葱石瓶（2nd photo） ￥19500 Teapot（3rd photo） ￥5200 Teapot（4th photo） ￥2500
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