An essential tool when making ceremonial matcha. This Takayama chasen is lightweight and sturdy, used in Urasenke, one of the most notable Japanese tea ceremony schools. Crafted in three rows of prongs, rather than the usual two. With three rows, it is easier and faster to whisk a smooth and delicious matcha cup.
Each chasen is handmade by an artisan, where each individual line is carved and shaped with a small knife and held in place by thread.
How to care:
Gently hand wash only, not suitable for the dishwasher. Dry with a soft cloth.
Made in Nara, Japan. Chasen stand can be found here.