Chasen Matcha Whisk
When not in use, allow to dry on a chasen kusenaoshi. This helps support the shape and protects the fine tines from breakage.
NOTE: Before using chasen for the first time put the whisk into warm water and leave it for few minutes. It will allow the tips to unfurl.
NOTE: Avoid using detergents when cleaning.
How to make Matcha:
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