Official Matcha Whisk''Chasen'' Attachment for Electric''Charaku'' Whisk by Willman


Free Shipping Included! Official Matcha Whisk''Chasen'' Attachment for Electric''Charaku'' Whisk by Willman by Willman at Koalat cafe. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Made in Kyoto, JapanThe Origanal Automated Matcha Whisk, Electric Chasen ''Charaku'' Made in Kyoto, Japan by Willman. Unlike typical frothers, the Oscillation of the Charaku whisk is developed to mimic the practiced vertical up and down hand motion of a matcha Tea Ceremony Master, resulting in a well blended Matcha with perfect foamy head on lattes or other drinks.. Perfect for use in a cafe, restaurant, or commercial setting to prevent injury among your employees, as repeated Matcha whisking ca


Official Matcha Whisk''Chasen'' Attachment for Electric''Charaku'' Whisk by Willman by Willman
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Made in Kyoto, Japan

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  • The Origanal Automated Matcha Whisk, Electric Chasen "Charaku" Made in Kyoto, Japan by Willman
  • Unlike typical frothers, the Oscillation of the Charaku whisk is developed to mimic the practiced vertical up and down hand motion of a matcha Tea Ceremony Master, resulting in a well blended Matcha with perfect foamy head on lattes or other drinks.
  • Perfect for use in a cafe, restaurant, or commercial setting to prevent injury among your employees, as repeated Matcha whisking can injure the wrist and lead to complications such as carpal tunnel. Also Great for beginners who haven't yet gotten the hang of whisking Matcha.
  • DOES NOT INCLUDE ADAPTER OR CHARGER. Please use double AA batteries. The Adapter is not permitted for use in US, available only in Japan.
  • Replacement whisk available for purchase separately as well.

Additional Information

Brand:
Willman
Manufacturer:
Willman
Category:
Matcha Bowls & Whisks
UPC:
692599527527
Size:
Replacement Chasen Attachment
Publisher:
Willman
Binding:
Kitchen
Package Weight:
0.04 pounds
Package Size:
5.2 x 1 x 5.5 inches

 


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