Handmade Yixing Clay Teapot (Da Hong Pao Zhu Ni)
Da Hong Pao clay is quite rare nowadays. High in iron oxide, the clay looks red. Hence the name – Da Hong Pao means "The Big Red Robe" in Chinese. These Yixing teapots are distinguished by their density. They are less porous than other Yixing clay varieties. This 200ml teapot will pair beautifully with aromatic Taiwanese oolongs and other fragrant teas.
Handmade Yixing Clay Teapot (Qing Shui Ni)
This 120ml teapot is hand-crafted from Qing Shui Ni, a popular mid-porosity Yixing clay. Made by talented pottery master Ting Zhou, it showcases the refined art of Yixing teaware.
Handmade Side-Handle Teapot
A 125ml side-handle teapot (kyusu). Each teapot is handmade and truly one-of-a-kind. The side-handle makes pouring easy, especially when distributing between more than one cup. Beautifully animated white glaze finish.
Gong Fu Porcelain Travel Tea Set
This Gong Fu travel set comprises a gaiwan and cups made with top-tier Kaolin clay from Dehua, Fujian. It's featuring a brilliant translucency that is highly noticeable when bringing the teaware against the light. The pouch is sturdy, compact, light, and easy to carry. The ideal set for Gong Fu Cha on the go.
"White Crane" Gaiwan (PRE-ORDER)
This graceful 120ml turquoise Gaiwan depicts white cranes — a symbol of longevity and peace in Chinese culture. When using a small tea infuser like a gaiwan, tea is brewed in concentrated quantities. This allows for full extraction of the tea's qualities. The glazed ceramic gaiwan is perfect for any type of tea.
"White Crane" Cha Dao (PRE-ORDER)
Cha Dao translates to "teaism" or "the way of tea". We use this term to describe a set of tea tools that are essential to any Chinese Tea Ceremony — Gong Fu Cha. This beautiful emerald Gong Fu Tool Set depicts white cranes, symbolizing peace and longevity in Chinese culture.
"White Crane" Cha Hai (Gong Dao Bei) (PRE-ORDER)
This beautifully glazed Cha Hai depicts white cranes — a symbol of peace and longevity in Chinese culture. Throughout imperial times in China, cranes were depicted on the robes of officials to represent their rank. We use this vessel to control the strength of the brew during gong fu tea ceremonies.
"White Crane" Tea Strainer
This beautifully glazed tea strainer makes a perfect addition to the "White Crane" Gong Fu Tea Set and to any gong fu tea ceremony. Thanks to the fine silk net, the tea strainer helps capture the tiniest tea leaf particles. Finally, we are presented with the clearest tea brew.
Bodhi Tree Leaf Tea Strainer
This delicate and exquisite tea strainer is a leaf of a Bodhi Tree that underwent special treatment. This natural strainer effectively stops tea leaves and small particles. What can complement a tea ceremony better than a leaf of a tree under which Buddha got Enlightened?
Chubby Puppy Tea Pet (ZiSha Clay)
According to the Chinese zodiac, the dog is a symbol of good luck. They are believed to drive away disasters and represent good omens. Dogs are so renowned in Chinese myth lore, they are sometimes used to vanquish demons! We hope this chubby puppy tea pet can provide you with the same level of fortune!
Bodhidharma Tea Pet (ZiSha Clay)
This Yixing clay tea pet right here is none other than a meditating Bodhidharma – a 5th-6th century Indian monk who brought Chan Buddhism to China and inspired the creation of Shaolin Kung Fu.
Yunomi Tea Cup
Yunomi is the most popular type of Japanese teacups. They are used when enjoying tea alone or with friends, in an informal setting. When sipping tea from Yunomi teacups notice the warmth gradually spread throughout your whole body, while the tea's wonderful aroma entrances the mind. 170ml.
"Mini-Chawan" White Teacup
This 170ml chawan-style footed white teacup is perfect for enjoying tea. Tiny influences of the kilning process can be tea-transforming.
"Delicate Blue" Gong Fu Teacup
The Delicate Blue Ceramic Tea Cup is ideal for sensing the subtle aroma of tea during a Gong Fu Tea Ceremony. The contrast of black and opaque blue exudes a tightly held void in terra firma. When inverted, this Gong Fu teacup resembles a volcano.
"Tribute to Jianzhan" Gong Fu Teacup
This beautiful 70ml "Tribute to Jianzhan" Gong Fu Teacup is akin to the glaze of the Jian Zhan Teacup. It has a rustic feel and a golden shimmer. The glaze is different from the mineral content of Jian Zhan, and it alters the taste of the tea differently. Feel free to use this cup for tea tastings, tea ceremonies, and solo sips.
Porcelain Cha He (Tea Holder)
A Cha He is otherwise known as a 'tea box' — a vessel for tea introduction. According to the Chinese tea ceremony tradition, we first look at the tea in the cha he and then 'deep face' into it. We inhale, exhale, and inhale once more, deeply through the nose. It allows for the ceremony participants to evaluate the tea that they will be drinking.
Japanese Wave Pattern Matcha Set
To indulge in your matcha the proper way, use this traditional Japanese Matcha Set. The rows of ocean waves, a traditional Japanese pattern, symbolizes tranquility and peace. The brilliant green of the Japanese matcha powder will stand out wonderfully against the speckled white glaze.
Crude, Zen Style Matcha Set
To indulge in proper matcha drinking, we recommend a Japanese matcha set. The Chawan of this Matcha Set has a slightly rustic appeal. The polished white interior creates a stunning contrast for the grass-green matcha.
"Zen Garden" Tea Tray (ChaBan) (PRE-ORDER)
The minimalistic design of this Tea Tray that resembles a Zen Garden and relatively small size make it a great fit for any home. Unglazed, ribbed surface ensures a great grip. Simple, zen, and easy to clean.