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Brown Hishaku Bamboo Water Ladle
$24.80 – $32.80 inc. GST
The Hishaku Bamboo Water Scoop is an essential tool for any tea lover looking to add a touch of Japanese tradition to their daily routine. The Hishaku is a bamboo ladle used in the tea ceremony to scoop water from a basin and pour it into the tea bowl.
- Small Ladle Dimensions: 240mm x 50mm x 40mm
- Large Ladle Dimensions: 450mm x 80mm x 70mm
- Material: Eco-friendly Bamboo
- Colour: Natural Brown
Its brown finish adds elegance to any tea ceremony and its durability makes it a reliable tool for daily use. The Hishaku Bamboo Water Scoop is an elegant and essential tool for any tea lover looking to enhance their tea ceremony or add a touch of Japanese tradition to their daily routine. Due to being made from wood, size might vary by 5-10 mm).
- Product Care
The history of the Hishaku in Japan dates back to the Edo period (1603-1868), where it was originally used in Japanese gardens for watering plants. Later, it was adapted for use in the tea ceremony as an essential tool. The use of bamboo in tea ceremonies dates back even further, to the 9th century, when it was first introduced from China. Today, the use of bamboo utensils in the tea ceremony is deeply ingrained in Japanese culture.Read More
Katachiware tableware is known for its beauty and unique design, and proper maintenance and cleaning can help to ensure that the products that you purchase remain in good condition for a long time. In the following link we provide you with basic instructions on how to clean and maintain your Japanese style tableware. We will cover cleaning instructions for melamine products, ABS products with a painted finish, wooden products with a Urushi finish, ceramic items, and cast iron. Read more here: Product Care
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