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Chasen Enshuryu for Usucha Kubo Sabun

Bamboo tea whisk from Nara • about 64 string chasen

Chasen Enshuryu for Usucha Kubo Sabun Chasen Enshuryu for Usucha Kubo Sabun Chasen Enshuryu for Usucha Kubo Sabun

Hand-crafted Bamboo Whisk by Kubo Sabun.
Use for making Usucha (thin tea).

Place of origin: Nara, Japan

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Item code: TDW042

Maker: Takayama Chasen

Origin: Japan

Material: bamboo

Unit price: $ / piece

Quantity:

Limited stock: 1 piece(s) left

Cost:

$ USD


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14 days money back (See conditions)

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Austria
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Bahrain
Bangladesh
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Bhutan
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Chile
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Colombia
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Croatia
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Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy
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Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kenya
Kuwait
Laos
Latvia
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Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macau
Macedonia
Madagascar
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Maldives
Malta
Mauritius
Mexico
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Netherlands
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Spain
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Sudan
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria
Taiwan
Tanzania
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Togo
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States of America
Uruguay
Venezuela
Vietnam
Zimbabwe

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Handling precautions

NITIATION:
Before first use, let it sit in hot water for a few minutes.
Let it soak in warm water before every use to protect the strings from breaking.

HOW TO WHISK MATCHA:
- Place the tea bowl on a non-slippery surface, and hold it on the side with your left hand (if right-handed).
- Hold the chasen close to the end of the handle. Your thumb should be aligned with the knot on it.
- Start moving the chasen in a "W" pattern, up and down, speeding up as much as possible, until it is foamy enough.
- To create great foam the temperature of the water is crucial: about 85 °C (185 °F) is the best.
- Attention! When whisking, always whisk close to the surface, make sure you do not rub the chasen to the bottom of the bowl, because that might damage the tips of the strings.
- While whisking, keep your body relaxed, moving only your wrists.
- Finish the whisking with a clockwise spiral motion from the middle of the bowl to the sides. This motion is practical (gives the foam a beautiful finish) as well as symbolic (it is the image of infinity).

CLEANING:
Rinse it carefully under running water. If needed, gently remove the remaining matcha stuck on the whisk. Do not soak the whisk in water.
Do not use dishwasher, dryer or dish soap!

STORAGE:
Store it in a place with good ventilation and humidity not lower than 50%, preferably on a Kusenaoshi (whisk stand). If you don’t have a stand, keep it looking upwards. This way the strings might “close up”, straighten out, but that can be fixed. Make it wet under running water and gently unfold the strings with your fingers. Never do this with a dry whisk as it would break.
Bamboo is a sensitive material. If the whisk is stored away in a too warm and too dry place, it might crack.

LIFESPAN:
The lifespan of a chasen depends on how it is handled and how frequently it is used. As soon as the tips of the strings start to break off, we recommend purchasing a new one.

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