Tea canister and pouch (black and gold)

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$30

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Description

An Edo-patterned tea canister in recycled steel, with a handmade pouch in kimono fabric. The sealing is so precise that the canister is almost airtight. Perfect for storing your tea!

This elegant hand-sewn pouch is made by ATELIER KABUKI in Fukuoka, exclusively for IKKYU. The fabric comes from a roll made originally for kimono belts (obi), decorated with traditional patterns. Each pouch is unique and comes in limited quantities.

Both tea canister and pouch are made in Japan.

Capacity: 100g of sencha leaves, 50-80g of kamairicha or koucha leaves.

Size: 8cm diameter x 7.7cm height

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Tea canister and pouch (black and gold)

$30

4 in stock

Purchase this product and earn 309 points!

Description

An Edo-patterned tea canister in recycled steel, with a handmade pouch in kimono fabric. The sealing is so precise that the canister is almost airtight. Perfect for storing your tea!

This elegant hand-sewn pouch is made by ATELIER KABUKI in Fukuoka, exclusively for IKKYU. The fabric comes from a roll made originally for kimono belts (obi), decorated with traditional patterns. Each pouch is unique and comes in limited quantities.

Both tea canister and pouch are made in Japan.

Capacity: 100g of sencha leaves, 50-80g of kamairicha or koucha leaves.

Size: 8cm diameter x 7.7cm height

Reviews

  1. UK tea enthusiast (verified owner)

    Beautifully designed tea canister, incredible fitting making it almost air tight.

  2. Andysworld2020 (verified owner)

    As I journey, this little fella is my companion. I keep my premium tea’s in this one, home from home, always a comfort.

  3. HuoYuhao (verified owner)

    It’s a beautiful piece especially when you’re making tea. I keep it with the wooden spoon for easy storage.

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