Assorted Hand-painted Yunomi Tea Cups
Yunomi is the most popular type of Japanese teacups. They are used when enjoying tea alone or with friends, in an informal setting. The tranquil images of our handmade 95ml Yunomi Teacups are just right for enjoying a cup of warm tea while contemplating life.
Each coaster, hand-cut from a single piece of wood, is unique and like no other. Having one in the house will fill the atmosphere with the calming feel of nature.
Kiln Gong Fu Teacup
While sipping your favorite tea, take time to admire the fine textures of the 70ml Kiln GongFu Teacup. After drinking the tea, notice the natural spiral of the clay which reminds us of the creation process.
Stone Tea Tray (ChaBan)
Chaban is a traditional Chinese tea tray, built to collect the excess water and tea which gets spilled during washing, steeping, and pouring. This handmade and hand-painted Chaban is a true embodiment of the GongFu Tea Ceremony.
Chasen Matcha Whisk
The chasen, matcha whisk, is an integral part of Cha No Yu. It is used in a zig-zag motion to dissolve powdered matcha in a bowl with water.
Sleepy Pig Tea Pet (Yixing Clay)
In Chinese culture the cute and chubby face of a pig is a symbol of abundance and good fortune. Drinking tea next to the Sleepy Pig Tea Pet we hope that the your new pig companion rubs off on you and greets you with an abundance of delicious tea and a feeling of peace.
Yixing Clay Gaiwan, ZhuNi
A gaiwan, used for infusing tea leaves, allows the tea-drinker to smell the aroma, and to observe the tea leaves unfurling. This handmade, 130ml Gaiwan is made of Yixing clay. Yixing has excellent porosity and heat retaining properties that significantly improve the taste of tea.
The tranquil images of our handmade and hand-painted, 110ml Serenity Teacup are just right for enjoying a cup of warm tea while contemplating life.
Zen Style Teacups
These 55ml Zen Style Teacups are crafted following Japanese traditions of simplicity and peacefulness, embodying a natural look.
Puffer Fish Tea Set
Our handmade Puffer Fish Tea Set is perfect for intimate tea sessions with friends or loved ones. Includes 160ml Teapot and 2 matching 70ml Teacups
Blue Spotted Glazed Gong Fu Teacup
Our handmade 95ml Spotted Glazed GongFu Teacup is heavier than most GongFu teacups. The thick walls are sculpted to comfortably sit in the hands of those who are enjoying tea. Slowly, sip by sip let the tea flow through you.
Ribbed Spotted Glazed Gong Fu Teacup
This handmade, 110ml Ribbed Spotted Glazed Teacup is gentle and pleasing to the eyes. The ribbed texture allows for it to sit in one's hand with ease. The toasty colors go exceptionally well with a nutty yellow tea or a roasted oolong.
Green Glazed Teacup
The light hues of green and white teas gently accentuate the refreshing colors of our Handmade Green Glazed Teacup. Yet, the darks of pu-erh, oolongs, and black tea beautifully contrast with it creating a true masterpiece.
Tetsubin Cast-Iron Teapot
Tetsubin, the Japanese cast-iron kettle, is an integral part of Cha No Yu – Japanese tea-drinking tradition. Glazed with enamel on the inside and accompanied with a tea-strainer, this 1ltr tetsubin is perfect for brewing tea and is easy to clean.
"Snow on Soil" Chawan Matcha Bowl
A deep and wide, 355ml chawan provides enough room for the chasen to effortlessly move back and forth to produce froth and dissolve the matcha powder. Its robust shape sits nicely in both hands. White streaks cover the base of rich clay, mimicking snow on a barren winter soil.
A chashaku is a bamboo scoop that is traditionally used to measure matcha for serving (One full scoop of matcha is equivalent to 1 gram). This chashaku is handmade in Japan and derives from a darker bamboo, adding elegance to your matcha set.
Chasen Kusenaoshi Matcha Whisk Holder
A Kusenaoshi is used for drying and for storing Chasen, matcha whisk. It helps to maintain the proper shape of Chasen and protects the fine tines from breakage.
To indulge in proper matcha drinking, we recommend this Japanese matcha set which includes: Chashaku, a bamboo scoop used to measure matcha for serving; Chasen, bamboo whisk to properly mix matcha with water; And Chawan, the bowl in which to prepare matcha and to drink it from.