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.

Specs
  • Gyokro Kanro (80g) Yakishime Kyusu Teapot (Banko-yaki) Set
  • Box size : W22.2×D9.5× H12.9cm
  • Contents :
    Gyokuro Kanro
    - Net Weigt: 80g
    - Shelf Life:180 days
    Yakishime Kyusu Teapot
    - Capacity:240ml
    - Weight:340g
    - 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
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