Artisan Series Kōchi Tea Ceremony Canister

$39.80 inc. GST

Experience the tradition of Japanese tea ceremonies with the Artisan Series Kōchi Tea Ceremony Canister. Echoing the timeless elegance of Japanese culture, this cha-ire invites you to appreciate the harmonious aesthetics intrinsic to Japanese design.

  • Material: Ceramic & Cotton/li>
  • Dimensions: 120mm H x 82mm W
  • Capacity: 450ml

At the heart of the Tea Ceremony Canister is its exquisite craftsmanship, reflecting an appreciation for traditional Japanese artistry. Made from fine porcelain, the canister features a matte finish and intricate patterns that symbolize balance and harmony.

Availability: In stock SKU: TOKSM411

Description

The lid is designed with a cloth base to protect the contents from moisture and humidity, ensuring that your matcha tea remains fresh and flavorful. Please note that colors may vary from those depicted in the original photo. Each cha-ire is uniquely handcrafted, ensuring that style and grain will vary. The intricate design and meticulous care that goes into each canister embody the essence of Japanese culture, making it an essential addition to any tea ceremony.

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Additional information

Weight0.5 kg
Availability

In Stock

Brand

Katachiware

Care Instructions

Hand Wash Only

Colour

Black

Condition

New

Finish

Gloss

Made In

China

Material

Ceramic & Bamboo

Warranty

12 Months

Pattern

Wood Grain

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