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Chasen Hyappondate Kubo Tetsuzo

Chasen Hyappondate Kubo Tetsuzo

100 string tea whisk brush

Origin: Japan

Material: bamboo

Dimensions: 11cm

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Chasen Hyappondate by Kubo Tetsuzo.

Chasen have a history dating back to the Muromachi era, when the son of Lord Takayama was asked by Murata Jukou, the original creator of Japanese tea ceremony, to create it specially. Until modern times the esteemed craftsmanship behind chasen was regarded as a Takayama family secret, an ancient technology deserving of careful transmission across the generations. Today the tradition of high-quality chasen is still alive through the dedicated hands of Japanese craftspeople.

Dip half of the hosaki (the tip of the chasen) into warm water to lend its bamboo bristles both softness and toughness; be sure not to get the entire hosaki wet. To help the chasen last longer, wash with clean warm water and dry naturally after using. Buying authentic chasen from Japan is highly recommended because Japanese bamboo tends to be tougher than other varieties, and snippets of the hosaki are less likely to come off in the tea. Chasen are meant to be disposable; please discard and buy another after repeated use.


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