japanese teapot


There is no manual for choosing the right Japanese teapot. The right teapot for you is the one that fits your lifestyle or simply feels right in your hands. Basically, premium green teas are enjoyed in small amounts with small cups. Therefore, small teapots will be good for fine quality teas. On the other hand, big teapots are often preferred for the teas brewed with hotter water and served in large amounts, like Hojicha or Genmaicha.

Of course, functionality is important for a teapot, even though the design is a huge factor in your sophisticated tea time. We introduce the well-designed Japanese teapots to satisfy your needs in design.

 

* MINO ware Japanese Teapot

KANON  420ml

Mino ware

EUR 33,80

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CASANE-TE  320ml

Mino ware

EUR 39,80

☞ SHOP

CREASE  400ml

Mino ware

EUR 43,00

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* KUTANI ware Japanese Teapot 

Kinsai MOON 380ml   NEW!! 

Kutani ware

EUR 63,95

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Coming soon...


◆ general information ◆


Notation of the size, capacity:

The size of each item is described in the figure in w. d. h. order. 

*Volum (ml) of each product is stated as a guide for the moderate usage (about 80%). 

*The height (h) is basically the total height of the product, but in the case of a teapot with foldable wood handle, the height without the wood handle is indicated.

 

Anmerkung der Abmessung, Volumen:

Die Maße jedes Artikels ist in der Figure in der Reihenfolge w. d. h. beschrieben.

*Die Volumen (ml) jedes Produkts wird als Richtwert für die mäßige Verwendung angegeben (ca. 80%). 

* Die Höhe (h) grundsätzlich die Gesamthöhe des Produkts, aber bei  der Teekanne mit klappbarem Holzgriff wird jedoch die Höhe ohne Holzgriff angegeben.

 

Quick guide of naming:

There are several different types of tea pots and cups made in Japan. 

Wafuu-honpo calls traditional Japanese Kyūsu with straight side handles "Kyūsu-Teapot", and kettle style pots with a handle on the top "Dobin-Teapot", short cups "sencha-cup", tall cups "yunomi-cup", and big matcha cups "Matcha tea bowl".

 

Sencha-cups are often used with saucers at formal occasions. However, these rules are not always followed. Nowadays, people's preferences have become more diverse. Some people use mug cups or bigger sizes of sencha cups for green tea these days.
We at wafuu-honpo Tea selected contemporary Japanese tea cups, which can create Japanese style on your table with modern looks.