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Functional art

This tea pot is interested and functional. Are usually pour with the lid on because the lid is so large the tea would spill out. But it’s a design trade off, because it’s much easier to scoop spent tea grinds out with your fingers, and enjoyable to have full view of the tea. I like that this teapot isn’t too large as too many are (I brew tea for one and about 5 ounces is the largest I would want to go). I have not tried to brew asamushi (deep steamed sencha) yet; and I’m skeptical if the pour would be fast enough. The only thing I would change (I don’t think it’s traditional which is why no pots are like this) would be to have a smooth glazed interior so it’s easier to remove the spent tea grounds.

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k.n.

Gyokuro Kyusu #2

K
K.B.
Beautiful!

So gorgeous you should buy it

C
C.

Gyokuro Kyusu #2

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C.

🍑💨

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
86%
(6)
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(0)
14%
(1)
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R
R.M.
Functional art

This tea pot is interested and functional. Are usually pour with the lid on because the lid is so large the tea would spill out. But it’s a design trade off, because it’s much easier to scoop spent tea grinds out with your fingers, and enjoyable to have full view of the tea. I like that this teapot isn’t too large as too many are (I brew tea for one and about 5 ounces is the largest I would want to go). I have not tried to brew asamushi (deep steamed sencha) yet; and I’m skeptical if the pour would be fast enough. The only thing I would change (I don’t think it’s traditional which is why no pots are like this) would be to have a smooth glazed interior so it’s easier to remove the spent tea grounds.

k
k.n.

Gyokuro Kyusu #2

K
K.B.
Beautiful!

So gorgeous you should buy it

C
C.

Gyokuro Kyusu #2

C
C.

🍑💨

Gyokuro Kyusu #2

Unique pattern gyokuro Kyusu front side view
  • Unique pattern gyokuro Kyusu front side view
  • Unique pattern gyokuro Kyusu lid off view
  • Unique pattern gyokuro Kyusu lid
  • Unique pattern gyokuro Kyusu back side view
$95.00

Another perfect kyusu for smaller servings of gyokuro and high grade sencha. The flat bottom allows maximum water contact with the leaves ensuring even extraction. While the body is smaller the handle and spout are slightly elongated for comfortable use. The unique pattern is produced when seaweed is draped over the still hot clay body - fusing with the clay like a glaze.

150 ml / 4.7 oz (Capacity is approximate as each piece is handmade)

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
86%
(6)
0%
(0)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
R.M.
Functional art

This tea pot is interested and functional. Are usually pour with the lid on because the lid is so large the tea would spill out. But it’s a design trade off, because it’s much easier to scoop spent tea grinds out with your fingers, and enjoyable to have full view of the tea. I like that this teapot isn’t too large as too many are (I brew tea for one and about 5 ounces is the largest I would want to go). I have not tried to brew asamushi (deep steamed sencha) yet; and I’m skeptical if the pour would be fast enough. The only thing I would change (I don’t think it’s traditional which is why no pots are like this) would be to have a smooth glazed interior so it’s easier to remove the spent tea grounds.

k
k.n.

Gyokuro Kyusu #2

K
K.B.
Beautiful!

So gorgeous you should buy it

C
C.

Gyokuro Kyusu #2

C
C.

🍑💨

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
86%
(6)
0%
(0)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
R.M.
Functional art

This tea pot is interested and functional. Are usually pour with the lid on because the lid is so large the tea would spill out. But it’s a design trade off, because it’s much easier to scoop spent tea grinds out with your fingers, and enjoyable to have full view of the tea. I like that this teapot isn’t too large as too many are (I brew tea for one and about 5 ounces is the largest I would want to go). I have not tried to brew asamushi (deep steamed sencha) yet; and I’m skeptical if the pour would be fast enough. The only thing I would change (I don’t think it’s traditional which is why no pots are like this) would be to have a smooth glazed interior so it’s easier to remove the spent tea grounds.

k
k.n.

Gyokuro Kyusu #2

K
K.B.
Beautiful!

So gorgeous you should buy it

C
C.

Gyokuro Kyusu #2

C
C.

🍑💨

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