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Chinese Traditions Gai Wan Tea Set Bone Kung Fu TeaSet Gaiwan Tea Cup Porcelain Bowl For Travel Beautiful And Easy Kettle - 24

Technique: Under GlazedMaterial: CeramicCeramic Type: PorcelainMaterial: CeramicCrafts: Under GlazedClassify: Tea SetName: GaiwanStyle: Chinese StyleCapacity: Less than 200mlName 2: Gai Wan / Tea BowlCategory: Kung fu teaset

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Chinese Traditions Gai Wan Tea Set Bone Kung Fu TeaSet Gaiwan Tea Cup Porcelain Bowl For Travel Beautiful And Easy Kettle - 04-02

Technique: Under GlazedMaterial: CeramicCeramic Type: PorcelainMaterial: CeramicCrafts: Under GlazedClassify: Tea SetName: GaiwanStyle: Chinese StyleCapacity: Less than 200mlName 2: Gai Wan / Tea BowlCategory: Kung fu teaset

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Kokei Matcha Bowl

As tea-making has become an art form over the centuries, so have matcha bowls themselves become works of art. The organic, undulating shape of traditional matcha bowls is designed to create the smooth, frothy consistency beloved by tea enthusiasts. Because of its essential role in the Japanese tea ceremony, a tea bowl is traditionally considered one of the most graceful and treasured items in your home. Meaning "lake scenery" in Japanese, the Kokei Matcha Bowl features an alluring azure crackle glaze that will contrast beautifully with your favorite matcha. How to Use: To prepare matcha, pour boiling water into the tea bowl and allow to cool slightly. Add ceremonial-grade matcha using a bamboo ladle. Using a chasen (bamboo whisk), whisk vigorously in an "M" shape until the matcha reaches a creamy froth. Sip directly from the bowl. For best results, use ceremonial-grade matcha, a bamboo ladle, and an 80- or 100-tip chasen. Materials: Clay, food-safe glazeDimensions: 5.1" D x 3.15" HCare: Owning a matcha bowl requires thoughtful handling and care. Because of their handmade quality, these bowls are not suitable for the microwave or dishwasher and should be rinsed and thoroughly dried immediately after use. Be careful to avoid rapid changes in temperature as it may encourage glaze cracking.Shika, Japan

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Chawan Matcha Tea Bowl

Our signature, elegant Matcha chawan tea bowl, supplied by our organic tea farm and made of glazed ceramic at Japan's well-known Shigaraki kiln. Sturdy and functional, yet artful and aesthetic, the bowl's wide-bottomed basin and high walls provide plenty of room for Matcha whisking without the splash. The lip's slight curve is a comfortable rest for serene Matcha sipping (although, slurping is encouraged!).  The dimensions for our Shigaraki kiln bowl are: diameter: 4.7inch (12cm) height: 3.1inch (8cm) 

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Ebros Traditional Japanese Glazed Ceramic Matcha Tea Bowl 21oz With Bamboo Whisk

• This Beautiful Matcha Set contains one glazed ceramic Mixing Bowl (chawan), one bamboo scoop (chasen) and (chashaku) whisk. • This Artistic Matcha set is designed in Japan and Made in China. The Matcha Mixing Bowl is Microwave and Dishwasher safe. The bamboo whisk and scoop must be hand washed only. • Measurements: Mixing Bowl 5" in diameter and 3.25" tall. Whisk is 4.25" tall and 2.25" wide. Scoop is 7" long. • We put contemporary aesthetics and quality together into this traditional ceremonial tea set. Now you can prepare a traditional tea ceremony right in your own living living room! The Ocean Blue Harmony focuses on the depth and vastness of the sea. The matcha bowl is textured and designed with wave-like imprints all around the bowl. The glazed blue color tone is soothing and pleasing to the eyes. • This is an Ebros Gift exclusive collection. It comes with our Ebros Gift Satisfaction Guarantee when sold by Ebros Gift.

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Matcha Bowl and Chasen Set - Lotus / Set

The perfect set for all of your matcha needs! Comes with handmade bamboo chasen (whisk) and chashaku (scoop) and a decorative ceramic bowl. Bowl and whisk are also available individually. Please note: Product ships from overseas and may sometimes be delayed due to an increase in demand for shipping. We are working to ensure that your product is delivered in a timely manner.

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Youhen Ibushi Matcha Bowl

As tea-making has become an art form over the centuries, so have matcha bowls themselves become works of art. The organic, undulating shape of traditional matcha bowls is designed to create the smooth, frothy consistency beloved by tea enthusiasts. Because of its essential role in the Japanese tea ceremony, a tea bowl is traditionally considered one of the most graceful and treasured items in your home. This raw, angular piece is handmade in the traditional Youhen Ibushi ceramic style with a primitive, textured surface reminiscent of cooled lava. How to Use: To prepare matcha, pour boiling water into the tea bowl and allow to cool slightly. Add ceremonial-grade matcha using a bamboo ladle. Using a chasen (bamboo whisk), whisk vigorously in an "M" shape until the matcha reaches a creamy froth. Sip directly from the bowl. For best results, use ceremonial-grade matcha, a bamboo ladle, and an 80- or 100-tip chasen.   Materials: Clay, food-safe glazeDimensions: 4.5" D x 3" H Care: Owning a matcha bowl requires thoughtful handling and care. Because of their handmade quality, these bowls are not suitable for the microwave or dishwasher and should be rinsed and thoroughly dried immediately after use. Be careful to avoid rapid changes in temperature as it may encourage glaze cracking.Shiga, Japan

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Japanese Traditional Tea Ceremony Matcha White Bowl Set With Whisk & Scoop

• This beautiful matcha set serves contains one earthenware Mixing Bowl, one wooden scoop and whisk. • This set is designed in Japan and Made in China. Handwash only. • Measurements: Bowl 4.5" in diameter and 3.25" tall. Whisk is 4.25" tall and 2.25" wide. Scoop is 7" long. • We put aesthetics and quality together into this traditional ceremonial tea set. The white finish of the bowl signifies purity and completeness. Use this set to add meaning to your ceremony.

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RO Creamer - Sharkskin

Asian aesthetics meet Nordic design! RO is inspired by the Japanese tea ceremony, and designed by Copenhagen based designer Theresa Rand. This Creamer makes a beautiful service with RO cups and saucers, tea pot and and sugar bowl. Porcelain is the most rigid material among the ceramic substances, and RO pieces are high-end designs manufactured with pure raw materials at high burn temperatures. The items are robust and resistant to scratching and breaking - although their appearance features very genteel delicate curves. DIMENSIONS 3 3/4" H x 3" x 3 1/2" Holds 9oz MATERIAL Porcelain CARE Dishwasher safe & Microwave safe Do not use in oven or convection oven

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Youhen Ibushi Matcha Bowl - Dark Silver

As tea-making has become an art form over the centuries, so have matcha bowls themselves become works of art. The organic, undulating shape of traditional matcha bowls is designed to create the smooth, frothy consistency beloved by tea enthusiasts. Because of its essential role in the Japanese tea ceremony, a tea bowl is traditionally considered one of the most graceful and treasured items in your home. This raw, angular piece is handmade in the traditional Youhen Ibushi ceramic style with a primitive, textured surface reminiscent of cooled lava. How to Use: To prepare matcha, pour boiling water into the tea bowl and allow to cool slightly. Add ceremonial-grade matcha using a bamboo ladle. Using a chasen (bamboo whisk), whisk vigorously in an "M" shape until the matcha reaches a creamy froth. Sip directly from the bowl. For best results, use ceremonial-grade matcha, a bamboo ladle, and an 80- or 100-tip chasen. Materials: Clay, food-safe glazeDimensions: 4.5" D x 3" H Care: Owning a matcha bowl requires thoughtful handling and care. Because of their handmade quality, these bowls are not suitable for the microwave or dishwasher and should be rinsed and thoroughly dried immediately after use. Be careful to avoid rapid changes in temperature as it may encourage glaze cracking.Shiga, Japan

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