1600 Chasen 80
1600 Chasen 80

1600 Chasen 80

Tea in Motion

The Japanese tea ceremony, Chado, was once offered only to nobles in the early 12th century. It has now become a common ritual of global tea connoisseurs.

It is simple but structured with five elements: matcha, water, chawan (tea bowl), chasen (matcha whisk) and chashaku (matcha spoon). Each part of making a delicious bowl of matcha. One utensil is at the heart of the preparation of this matcha, the chasen, or matcha whisk.

This chasen is called a Hachijuppondate, an 80 string chasen. This is used for thin matcha to knock the lumps out of the liquid well and evenly and create nice foam.



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