Japanese Matcha Bowl Gold Clematis Kutani Yaki(ware)


Free Shipping Included! Japanese Matcha Bowl Gold Clematis Kutani Yaki(ware) by Kyutani-yaki at Koalat cafe. MPN: AK5-0797. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Japanese matcha is a unique Japanese green tea that has been stone ground into a very fine powder and must be whisked (not steeped) in water before consuming.A beautiful Japanese Matcha Bowl is essential for enjoying traditional Japanese tea ceremony. It helps you to have a unique experience, to enjoy the traditional way of tea.Our matcha bowls are the perfect way to enjoy fine traditional Japanese culture.Choose from a variety of styles, to find one that is most pleasing to you.Made In JapanJap


Japanese Matcha Bowl Gold Clematis Kutani Yaki(ware) by Kyutani-yaki
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Japanese matcha is a unique Japanese green tea that has been stone ground into a very fine powder and must be whisked (not steeped) in water before consuming.A beautiful Japanese Matcha Bowl is essential for enjoying traditional Japanese tea ceremony. It helps you to have a unique experience, to enjoy the traditional way of tea.Our matcha bowls are the perfect way to enjoy fine traditional Japanese culture.Choose from a variety of styles, to find one that is most pleasing to you.Made In Japan

Features & Highlights

  • Japanese matcha is a unique Japanese green tea that has been stone ground into a very fine powder and must be whisked (not steeped) in water before consuming.
  • A beautiful Japanese Matcha Bowl is essential for enjoying traditional Japanese tea ceremony. It helps you to have a unique experience, to enjoy the traditional way of tea.
  • Our matcha bowls are the perfect way to enjoy fine traditional Japanese culture.
  • Choose from a variety of styles, to find one that is most pleasing to you.
  • Made In Japan

Additional Information

Brand:
Kyutani-yaki
Category:
Matcha Bowls & Whisks
Color:
white gold
MPN:
AK5-0797
Part Number:
AK5-0797
Item Weight:
0.44 pounds
Item Size:
5.9 x 2.8 x 5.9 inches
Package Weight:
0.9 pounds
Package Size:
5.5 x 4 x 6 inches

 


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