Tokonameki Kyusu (teapot: 300 ml) red mud color

$45.00

"Tokoname KYUSU (teapot: 300 ml) red mud color".

· Size : Width 9.4 × Height 16.1 × Depth 14.3 cm ( 3.7 × 6.34 × 5.63 inches )
· Weight : about 0.32 kg ( about 11.29 ounces )
· Material: Pottery

It has a fine mesh filter at the base of the spout of the KYUSU, so even tiny tea leaves will not come out from the Kyusu.
In addition, cleaning is easy.
This Kyusu mesh filter is the perfect size for all kinds of tea leaves.

It is a pottery produced in Tokoname city located in the western part of Aichi Prefecture.
From the Middle Ages, it is a very famous kiln in Japan as "the center of pottery production area".
From such ancient times to the present age, one of the "The Six Ancient Kilns" that is an ancient Japanese ceramic kiln.
Please incorporate such a tradition into your life.
For a cup of tea you will experience the impression you have not felt before.

It is best to wash this item using only tepid water or mild chlorine-free dish washing detergent.
If necessary, you may occasionally use a chlorine detergent. In that case, after using the chlorine detergent, we recommend you boil this item in water to remove the chlorine smell.
When turning the Kyusu to pour tea, you must hold the lid in place with your finger, otherwise the lid could fall off the pot and possibly get damaged. This is the usual way to pour tea with a Kyusu.

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"Tokoname KYUSU (teapot: 300 ml) red mud color".

· Size : Width 9.4 × Height 16.1 × Depth 14.3 cm ( 3.7 × 6.34 × 5.63 inches )
· Weight : about 0.32 kg ( about 11.29 ounces )
· Material: Pottery

It has a fine mesh filter at the base of the spout of the KYUSU, so even tiny tea leaves will not come out from the Kyusu.
In addition, cleaning is easy.
This Kyusu mesh filter is the perfect size for all kinds of tea leaves.

It is a pottery produced in Tokoname city located in the western part of Aichi Prefecture.
From the Middle Ages, it is a very famous kiln in Japan as "the center of pottery production area".
From such ancient times to the present age, one of the "The Six Ancient Kilns" that is an ancient Japanese ceramic kiln.
Please incorporate such a tradition into your life.
For a cup of tea you will experience the impression you have not felt before.

It is best to wash this item using only tepid water or mild chlorine-free dish washing detergent.
If necessary, you may occasionally use a chlorine detergent. In that case, after using the chlorine detergent, we recommend you boil this item in water to remove the chlorine smell.
When turning the Kyusu to pour tea, you must hold the lid in place with your finger, otherwise the lid could fall off the pot and possibly get damaged. This is the usual way to pour tea with a Kyusu.

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Weight: 320.00 Grams
Width: 9.40
Height: 16.10
Depth: 14.30