Handcrafted Japanese Kyusu Teapot with Filters (380ml)

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Discover the artistry of Japanese ceramics with our exquisite Ceramic Tea Strainer Teapot, meticulously handcrafted by the skilled hands of Fujita Tokuta in the renowned pottery town of Tokoname, Japan. This teapot is a true embodiment of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design, making it a perfect addition to your tea collection or a thoughtful gift for someone special.

🌱Product Highlights:🌱
▪️ Teapot Capacity: 12.8 fl oz (380ml).
▪️ Tea pours well with the large round mesh filter.
▪️ Easy to clean with a pelican beak spout and good for tea drainage.
▪️ The handle is designed with a depression for easy grip."

Innovative Teapot for Better Tea Extraction: When brewing tea, we've carefully designed this teapot to ensure that tea flows smoothly from it. By creating its shape through a single molding process, we've achieved excellent tea extraction. Additionally, the use of a round mesh filter prevents clogging and allows for a consistent and efficient tea pouring experience.

Thoughtful Design: The Kyusu boasts a generous 380ml capacity. The unglazed interior of the teapot preserves the tea's true taste, while the ergonomic handle ensures comfortable pouring. The Kyusu arrives elegantly packed in a gift box, ready to delight tea enthusiasts or become a cherished present.

Elevate your tea rituals with this remarkable teapot, where tradition meets innovation, and handcrafted excellence meets modern design. Add this one-of-a-kind piece to your collection or gift it to a tea connoisseur who appreciates the beauty of artisanal creations.

Add Sencha to your order! Our Japanese Sencha Green Tea is 100% USDA Organic & JAS certified. Its flavor is a golden balance between sweet and bitter with an overall earthy profile.

🌱How to Make Delicious Tea: Traditional Japanese Tea Recipes🌱

Sencha - Vibrant Green Tea [Using Slightly Hot Water]
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- Sencha Tea Leaves: 2 teaspoons (about 4g)
- Water: 6.8 fl oz (200ml)
- Teapot and Teacup

1. Place 2 teaspoons (about 4g) of sencha tea leaves in the teapot.
2. Heat water to around 176°F (80°C).
3. Pour the hot water into the teapot and then immediately transfer it to a teacup to adjust the temperature.
4. Pour the cooled-down water from the teacup back into the teapot.
5. Gradually pour the water from the teapot into the teacup, allowing the tea to steep.
6. Steep for 60 to 90 seconds.
7. Carefully pour the tea from the teapot into the teacup, making sure to squeeze out every last drop.
8. For regular sencha, you can directly pour hot water from the kettle into the teapot.

Pro Tips:
For higher-grade sencha, use a lower water temperature (around 158°F or 70°C) to bring out more umami flavors.
For regular sencha, a water temperature between 176°F to 194°F (80°C to 90°C) works well.

🌱Deep-Steamed Sencha - Rich and Aromatic Green Tea [Shorter Steeping Time]🌱

- Deep-Steamed Sencha Tea Leaves: About 2 teaspoons (about 4g)
- Water: 6.8 fl oz (200ml)
- Teapot and Teacup

1. Place about 2 teaspoons (about 4g) of deep-steamed sencha tea leaves in the teapot.
2. Allow the boiled water to cool slightly, around 158°F (70°C).
3. Pour the cooled water into the teapot.
4. Steep the tea for about 30 seconds.
5. Gradually pour the steeped tea from the teapot into the teacup.
6. Squeeze out the last drops of tea and enjoy the rich aroma and flavor.

🌱Gyokuro - Premium Shade-Grown Green Tea [Slow Infusion at Low Temperature]🌱

- Gyokuro Tea Leaves: 3 teaspoons (about 6g)
- Water: 6.8 fl oz (200ml)
- Teacup, Teapot, and Another Teacup

1. Pour hot water into the teacup and then transfer it to the teapot to warm it up.
2. Prepare the Gyokuro tea leaves (about 6g).
3. Heat the water to around 176°F (80°C).
4. Pour the warm water from the teapot into another teacup.
5. Transfer the water from the other teacup to the kyusu (teapot), then transfer it again to another teacup for cooling.
6. Place the Gyokuro tea leaves in the kyusu.
7. Pour the cooled-down water from the other teacup into the kyusu.
8. Steep the tea for 2 minutes.
9. Carefully pour the tea into the teacup, making sure to squeeze out every drop.

Enjoy your exquisite Japanese tea experience with these traditional recipes!

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