After several months waiting for a restock, three of these beauties have made it back to the Yannoko shelves. There's something so engaging about a small, flat kyusu with its wide base allowing the sencha leaves to open fully and express their potential.
Turned by hand by Yoshitaka Umehara and fired at Tamako kiln in the historic coastal town of Tokoname, one of the six traditional ceramics centres of Japan. The extra-fine ceramic mesh strainer is perfect for the fractured leaves of Fukamushi Sencha.
Please note that each one is unique and therefore the web of glazing lines will be slightly different than the one pictured.
volume 140ml - diameter 10cm - height 5.5cm - width 16cm - weight 240g