Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu
Standard Kyusu

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Standard Kyusu

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$89.00

A simple yet wonderful Kyusu from the Tokoname region, famous for its high-quality pottery. Entirely made out of clay, its filter is incrusted within the teapot, at the base of the spout. It has a capacity of 180 ml and will honor any Japanese tea you will pour in. Each teapot is meticulously selected by Mohei.


The Black Kyusu is a testament to the enduring art of Tokoname pottery. Unlike typical glazing techniques, its deep black hue is achieved through a natural oxidation-reduction process, reacting with the iron content in the clay. This method highlights the unique charm of each handcrafted Kyusu, making every piece a singular work of art recommended by Mohei.

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Made of
Clay

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Integrated
Filter

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From
Tokoname

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For All Type
Of Tea

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Made of
Clay

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Integrated
Filter

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From
Tokoname

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For All Type
Of Tea

QUANTITY

Made in Tokoname, famous for its unrivaled mastery in Japanese pottery in Kyusu and tea wares.

Commitment to Quality, Every Black Kyusu carries the Kao (handwritten signature) of Mohei, a mark of quality and performance. 

How To Use

1. Prepare your set and boil the water following the indicated time on the back of our packaging.

2. Pour the indicated quantity of boiled water (on the back of our pouches) into a separate container to let the water cooldown.  

3. Put the delicate tea leaves into your Kyusu. The quantity is also indicated at the back of our pouches. 

4. When the fog is almost gone, the water temperature should be just right. Pour the water into the kyusu, and close the lid.

5. Wait the indicated number of seconds on the back of our pouch, then pour the tea in your cup(s).

6. When pouring, make sure to do so until the last drop gets in the cup. That last drop will have the most flavor.

7. You can now enjoy the exquisite taste of our Green Tea and repeat the process for a second and third infusion with the same leaves. 

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