A helping hand for gyokuro teatime Set with a kyusu that bears the warmth of the artisan's hands.
Gyokuro is sometimes seen as difficult to prepare. A kyusu embodying the accumulated knowledge of a tea merchant provides help in preparing delicious gyokuro. Help for people yet to discover the delight of gyokuro, and even help for people who have already discovered it. A set with a utensil that bears the warmth of the artisan's hands.
Who do Ippodo staff give it to?
Colleagues leaving the company. As a gift to show appreciation and convey thanks.
It Excellent at expressing delicate tastes
Lightweight, readily following hand movements. This size almost guarantees clear expression of the delicate flavours of gyokuro and sencha.
Pours out every last drop
The kyusu is small, but the strainer inside has a large number of holes. Easily pours out the very last drop and the condensed flavour that it contains.
Visibility inside the kyusu is good, making it easy to clean out all the used tea leaves
The inside of the teapot has a light-coloured glaze. It's easy to see the tea leaves and easy to clean up afterwards.
- Gyokro Kanro (80g) Yakishime Kyusu Teapot (Banko-yaki) Set
- Box size : W22.2×D9.5× H12.9cm
- Contents :
- Net Weigt: 80g
- Shelf Life:180 days
Yakishime Kyusu Teapot
- Dimensions:Dia. 6.5× H8.0 cm(excl. handle and spout)
- Made in: Mie Prefecture, Japan (Banko-yaki)
- Dishwasher safe?: No
- Dishwashing detergent OK?: No
- Bleach OK?: No