Handmade Tokoname Teapot for Gyokuro

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$82

2 in stock (can be backordered)

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 small flat and brown kyusu is used by the most demanding tea masters. It is perfect to brew gyokuro as its flat and wide shape allows the leaves to bloom and take as much space as they need. The mesh is directly carved into the pot.

Contains: 140ml / 4.7 oz

 

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Handmade Tokoname Teapot for Gyokuro

$82

2 in stock (can be backordered)

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 small flat and brown kyusu is used by the most demanding tea masters. It is perfect to brew gyokuro as its flat and wide shape allows the leaves to bloom and take as much space as they need. The mesh is directly carved into the pot.

Contains: 140ml / 4.7 oz

 

Reviews

  1. Mikhail Usachev (verified owner)

    This teapot is really wonderful item! Nice to hold such an artifact 🙂 in a hand and the material is quite lovely too. The drain is not so fast as in porcelain pot, but on the other side there almost no drops thereafter. Also super easy and fast to clean through the nose.

  2. ivor (verified owner)

    A beautiful flat teapot made with the Mogake technique (the clay was covered in seaweed before firing, leaving traces). It is 140ml filled to the top, which makes it ideal for brewing gyokuro, but I also use it to brew some of the more pronounced senchas. Thanks to the flat cylindrical shape, the tea leaves are distributed evenly across the area (I give it a slight swirl for the later brews to redistribute them). The kyusu is perfectly balanced—stands steadily when laid on the handle. I cannot overstate how much I enjoy using it, and even though each piece is unique and different, mine has a lovely dark color as in the pictures which goes great with the orange hue of the clay and the bronze gleaming seaweed traces.

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