Japanese Tea Ceremony Goods

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Japanese tea ceremony goods
In Japan, the tea ceremony is seen as a social occasion. Guests are served tea in a stylized ritual which creates a soothing atmosphere. However the tea ceremony experience is not only about tea. It also extends to the appreciation of the tea room's decor and the tea utensils used.
Although formal tea ceremonies require one to follow rigorous rules and adopt certain manners, the basic principles can be enjoyed in a calm environment almost anywhere. Featured below are "Matcha " bowls and bamboo whisks (Chasen) which can help you to re-create the atmosphere of the Japanese Tea Room in your own home.
 The item with mark, comes in a wooden box.




US$52.00 SOLD




Japanese tea ceremony goods - Kyoto ware matcha bowl


Kyoto matcha bowl

Kyoto matcha bowl


US$72.00 SOLD
  Onihagi matcha chawan by Seigan
wooden box US$140.00
Sansai matcha chawan by Seigan
wooden box US$72.00
Idogata matcha wan by Mukuhara Kashun
wooden box US$480.00
Mogake natsu chawan by Hokujo
wooden box US$150.00
Onihagi matcha chawan by Seigan
wooden box US$175.00

Onihagi matcha chawan by Seigan
wooden box US$175.00

Matcha wan by Seigan
wooden box US$140.00

Kyoyaki Fukurin Tenmoku matcha chawan by Kougiku

Kuro raku matcha bowl
Raku US$110.00
Kuro raku matcha bowl
Raku US$98.00

Kuro raku matcha bowl
Raku US$118.00

Raku US$398.00


Takayama chasen
Takayama chasen
Chasen stand
Chasen stand/Shoryu

Chasen stand (Blue only)

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Due to the nature of the goods, sizes can only be approximated. Depending on your computer format, colors may appear slightly lighter or darker. Exact representations cannot be guaranteed.
Natsume - Tea caddy used in tea ceremony




Natsume - Tea caddy



Incense boxes (kougou)

Incense boxes used in the tea ceremony can be classified as two types, "furo" and "ro". "Furo" refers to the summer season (May to October). Incense boxes used during this season are made of lacquerware, decorated with summer and autumnal motifs and used to store "dry" incense such as pieces of sandalwood. Boxes used in the winter "ro" season hold "wet" incense (powder rolled into little balls) and are therefore made of porcelain. The incense is placed in the ashes surrounding the charcoals at the beginning of the tea ceremony and emits a pleasant,relaxing aroma. When not in use, the incense box is placed in a special position in the "tokonoma" or alcove. Small and decorative, these boxes make lovely decorations for the home.
Kyoto kougou
Incense box by Shunzan

Kyoto Tatsutagawa kougou
Yamanaka Lacquerware


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