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Tea Bowl with Spout - Black
  • Tea Bowl with Spout - Utensils - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Tea Bowl with Spout - Utensils - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Tea Bowl with Spout - Utensils - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Tea Bowl with Spout - Utensils - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Tea Bowl with Spout - Utensils - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Tea Bowl with Spout - Utensils - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
For Matcha

Tea Bowl with Spout - Black

This tea bowl comes with a serving spout so that you can whisk matcha and then pour it out into other cups or mugs. It is a beautiful bowl that is also functional for whisking and pouring.

Specifications

size
Size 5.1" x 5.1" x 3.5"
AccessoriesTea cloth (fukin)
OriginGifu Prefecture. Japan (Mino-yaki)

Make matcha a part of your life

This tea bowl comes with a serving spout so that you can whisk matcha and then pour it out into other cups or mugs. It is a beautiful bowl that is also functional for whisking and pouring. The dignified Black Tea Bowl with Serving Spout makes matcha's vibrant color stand out. Use this tea bowl to enjoy matcha with your favorite cups, mugs, or glasses.

Gifu Ware (Mino-yaki)

Gifu is a landlocked prefecture in the mountains in the central region of the main Japanese island, to the east of Kyoto. This prefecture is home to one of the most famous and storied traditions of pottery in all of Japan. Mino-yaki encompasses several distinct styles, each highly valued by the tea ceremony for centuries. The artisans producing our tea bowls in this region craft the clay for their works themselves by hand, from soil in the area.

Note: The tea cloth (fukin) is 100% cotton, so the color may fade or run when washed.

The bowl was formed on the potter's wheel from coarse clay, with the area around the foot of the bowl left unglazed to ensure your fingers can grip it without slipping when holding the bowl in one hand to pour out freshly whisked matcha.

Part of the tea bowl's charm comes from the way the coarse texture of the earthenware is exposed at the foot of the bowl to form a triangular base, and how that contrasts with the rest of the bowl, which is covered with a white glaze that imparts a warm impression.

Designed with a depression along its sides, the bowl provides a natural handhold.

Sieve the desired amount of matcha powder through tea strainer.

Pour hot water (at about 80 ℃) into tea bowl.

Use whisk to mix matcha powder and hot water for about 15 seconds.

Pour even servings into your favorite teacups, and you are done.

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Worth the wait and won't use anything else.