The Natsume Usucha-Ki is a small tea container with lid that holds the powdered Green Tea Matcha used in the Japanese Tea Ceremony Cha-No-Yu and by tea connoisseurs to make the Usu-Cha (thin tea). Originally Usucha-Ki containers were made out of wood, covered with lacquer. This contemporary variety is made of high-grade plastic to imitate the lacquer appearance. Representing the shape of the jujube fruit, the container has a convex top and a narrow base. 2.5″ high x 2.5″ diameter. Japanese Manufacturer.
A traditional Matcha whisk Chasen is used to prepare your powdered Green Tea Matcha in the Matcha Bowl Chawan. Helpful and convenient kitchen and Tea Ceremony accessories. Tasteful additions to the collection of various Tea Accessories and Household & Table Top items.
The Natsume vessel is also popular as a stylish Bathroom Lotion and Cream container.
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