Bamboo Tea Ladle

A lightweight bamboo tea ladle designed for scooping matcha.

£10 per item

For those who want to immerse themselves in the art of chadō (Way of Tea), tea ladles or scoops called chashaku in Japanese are an indispensible tool. Chashaku have become an indispensible part of the Japanese tea ceremony following its adoption from the Asian continent around the 15th century. Chashaku not only hold a ceremonial purpose but are also highly utilitarian. The long and narrow shape combined with a flat, slightly wider scoop and a rounded tip allows one to scoop the right amount of matcha even from the bottom of a caddy. As chashaku developed in tandem with tea culture over the ages, their design evolved to ensure the ideal measurement of matcha.

Keep away from moisture.
Wipe with a dry cloth to clean.

Length: 18.5 cm

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