Kyusu-teapot, round, brown, 180 ml

€40.00*

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Product number: 41110.1
Product information "Kyusu-teapot, round, brown, 180 ml"

Item no.: 41110.1

This round kyusu is handcrafted by the artist Ninsui in Tokoname.

Japanese kyusu side handle teapots are ideal for brewing green tea.
The tea leaves can unfold freely in the pot and are retained by an integrated strainer in front of the spout during infusion.

The filling quantity of the pot should be chosen in such a way that the tea can be completely distributed over the waiting cup(s) and no water remains in the pot.
The leaves remain in the pot and are then simply brewed again briefly with water for further infusions.

Dimensions
Filling capacity: 180ml
For 1-2 persons .
Variations

Please note that the shape, color and size of the tea ceramics may vary slightly, especially for pieces like this handmade!


Cleaning

For cleaning in everyday use, simply tap out the tea set and rinse well with clear water even through the strainer. If after prolonged use the strainer has slowly clogged, you can find tips here for the care and cleaning of your teapot - for unadulterated tea enjoyment: Cleaning instructions for teapots

Properties

Origin: Japan - Tokohame

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