BORU TOKONAME YOKODE KYUSU CLAY TEAPOT 0.48L

Boru Tokoname Yokode Kyusu Clay Teapot 0.48L
£129.00
This exquisite teapot is so perfectly shaped that it’s difficult to believe it is fashioned by an entirely handmade process. That said the maker leaves a little imperfection in each pot in the spirit of wabi-sabi, to celebrate the “beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.” This unglazed teapot is deep brown/black in colour. It has a built in ceramic infuser that helps prevent tea-leaves reaching the cup. As green teas can be brewed several times there is no need to remove them from the pot. It holds 480ml of water.
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This exquisite teapot is so perfectly shaped that it’s difficult to believe it is fashioned by an entirely handmade process. That said the maker leaves a little imperfection in each pot in the spirit of wabi-sabi, to celebrate the “beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.” This unglazed teapot is deep brown/black in colour. It has a built in ceramic infuser that helps prevent tea-leaves reaching the cup. As green teas can be brewed several times there is no need to remove them from the pot. It holds 480ml of water.

Tokoname, a small town in Central Japan, lends its name to the pottery that has been produced there for centuries. The clay from this region is very rich in iron and lends itself very well to the production of teapots. The clay of the Tokoname teapots softens the bitterness of the tea and enhances its flavour. Since it is unglazed the clay absorbs the flavour of the tea so is best used for making one type of tea, be it green or oolong or black. The clay acquires a beautiful patina over the years of use.

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