Handmade Tokoname Kyusu for Gyokuro

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$86

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Description
Tokoname dates back to the 12th century and is located in northern Japan (Aichi). It is famous throughout Japan for its clay quality.

This is an elegant handmade Tokoname kyusu for brewing gyokuro, with a smooth finish and an integrated mesh in ceramic. Its flat and wide shape allows the leaves to soak water and bloom as much as they need. Its ceramic mesh directly carved into the pot, easy to clean.

Color variation: beige or dark chocolate.

Contains: 120cc/4.05oz

 

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Handmade Tokoname Kyusu for Gyokuro

$86

Earn up to 860 points.

Description
Tokoname dates back to the 12th century and is located in northern Japan (Aichi). It is famous throughout Japan for its clay quality.

This is an elegant handmade Tokoname kyusu for brewing gyokuro, with a smooth finish and an integrated mesh in ceramic. Its flat and wide shape allows the leaves to soak water and bloom as much as they need. Its ceramic mesh directly carved into the pot, easy to clean.

Color variation: beige or dark chocolate.

Contains: 120cc/4.05oz

 

Reviews

  1. Jeanne LeVett (verified owner)

    I love this little teapot. It is perfect for my small, late afternoon cup of tea. It’s clay construction lends itself to perfect tea brewing and it’s no-worry, built-in mesh makes pouring a leaf-free cup of tea so pleasant… I highly recommend this pot!

  2. Japanese Green Tea Drinker (verified owner)

    This kyusu is perfect for Gyokuro, has the perfect size to get the most flavour out, and also has a good surface area for the leaves to open up and infuse correctly. Very pleased with this purchase.

  3. Khoi Huynh (verified owner)

    This little teapot is nice to enjoy alone. You also have to be careful with the water level in the teapot just enough so that it doesn’t leak from the lid when pouring. When I poured out the tea for the first time, the tea body in the teapot spread out beautifully like a green grass.

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