An easy start to having Japanese tea at the table

Do you really need to have a Kyusu teapot in order to enjoy Japanese tea? No, not at all. You can enjoy Japanese tea as if it were an extension to black tea or herb tea. Prepare lots of tea in a teapot and drink it to stay hydrated. Drink it during meals, too. Functional and convenient teapot for everyday use Photo 1 Despite its compact design, the teapot holds a full 720 ml, and is convenient to use when you need a large amount of tea. Heat-resistant glass allows boiling water to be poured directly into the teapot, and is microwave-safe. The individual parts (body, lid, and seal) are easy to wash, and can be placed in the dishwasher, making the teapot suitable for everyday use.

Who do Ippodo staff give it to?

People planning to live alone for the first time. Friends who like Japanese tea but find washing the kyusu a bother.

  • Functional and convenient teapot for everyday use

    Despite its compact design, the teapot holds a full 720 ml, and is convenient to use when you need a large amount of tea. Heat-resistant glass allows boiling water to be poured directly into the teapot, and is microwave-safe. The individual parts (body, lid, and seal) are easy to wash, and can be placed in the dishwasher, making the teapot suitable for everyday use.

  • Designed for both teabags and leaf tea

    The teapot is structured so that the tea strainer is an integral part of the lid and tea leaves are caught when pouring tea. That structure makes the teapot suitable for leaf tea as well as for teabags. Glass does not pick up odours easily, so there is no need to reserve the teapot for a specific type of tea. In addition to Japanese tea, it can be used for black tea, herb tea, and all sorts of other teas.

  • Gyokuro teabags have only a light flavour, so they make a good accompaniment for meals.

    These teabags are recommended for gyokuro beginners. The tea produced by the teabags has Gyokuro's distinctive umami, but is mild and easy to drink. It fits in well with meals. To make gyokuro, simply throw in a teabag and pour hot water into the teapot. It's very convenient. Gyokuro is ready to drink after brewing for 2 minutes in hot water, or after brewing for 20 minutes in chilled water.

Specs
  • One-Pot Teabag Gyokuro(7g x 6 Bags) / Glass Teapot
  • Box size : W28.8×D12.0× H15.9cm
  • Contents :
    - One-Pot Teabag Gyokuro 7g x 6 Bags
    Shelf life: 180 days
    - Glass Teapot
    Capacity: 720ml
    Weight: 248g
    * Capacity and weight are approximate.
    Dimensions: Dia.7.8 x H12.5 cm (excl. handle and spout)
    Manufacturer: KINTO Japan (Made in China)
    Thermal shock resistance 120℃
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