Katte Ryu - Matcha tea ceremony set with two bowls

Katte Ryu - Matcha tea ceremony set with two bowls

Price incl. VAT, plus delivery
Delivery weight: 1,500 g

Katte Ryu includes all of the essential tools you need to prepare maccha. This set is for beginners who like to prepare matcha at home. Katte Ryu means 'according to your own style' and provides a good way to enjoy your tea in a relaxed atmosphere.

Set: Maccha Kyo Mukashi 40 g (1.41 oz) in caddy + 2 Maccha Bowls + Chasen Kazuho + Mizuya Chashaku

Box size: W 215 X H 95 X D 145 mm - Shipping Weight: 1500 g (3.31 lb)

How to take care of your Maccha tea set  About whisk maker Kizou Nakata

Maccha tea set Katte Ryu

Maccha "Kyo Mukashi" 40 g in caddy

A very good quality maccha commonly used in the Japanese Tea Ceremony (Cha-No-Yu). The name 'Matsu no midori' refers to the green colour of the pine tree. This is a classic thin style maccha which is slightly thinner than most thicker teas (koicha). It is high in anti-oxidants and very popular with our customers. The tea is aromatic and has an intense colour with a sweet finish.
It comes in a 40 g (almost 2 oz) hermetically and doubly sealed tin.

Maccha "Kyo Mukashi"

Vietnam Ceramic AnnanYaki Maccha Bowl

The Annan Yaki pottery in Vietnam creates tea ware with patterns that have been passed down from the 16th century to this generation.

Measurements: upper diameter 110 mm, height 80 mm, lower diameter 62 mm
Weight: 303 g Capacity: about 300 ml

This cup is not sold separately.

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Oribe Utsushi Maccha Bowl

Oribe ware is a type of Japanese pottery most identifiable for its use of green copper glaze and bold painted design. It was the first Japanese type of pottery to wear colored stone glaze.
As one of the Mino styles originating in the late 16th century it takes its name from the tea master Furuta Oribe (1544-1615).

This cup is not sold separately.

Measurements: upper diameter 80 m, height 60 mm, lower diameter 45 mm
Weight: 168 g Capacity: about 200 ml

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Chasen Kazuho

The Kazuho chasen is a very popular whisk because of its handy size and perfect number of tines.

Measurements: height 110 mm, diameter 58 mm
This whisk is not sold separately.

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Mizuya Chashaku (Takayama Ikoma Nara, Japan)

The Mizuya Chashaku is often used at tea ceremonies with many participants since it is very convenient to scoop the maccha with its wider tip.
This scoop is 150 mm long

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The maccha tea set comes in a decorative carton.
An ideal gift item for all maccha devotees.

Nakata Kizo , whisk maker and bamboo craftsman

Nakata Kizo was born 1940 in Takayama, Ikoma, Nara prefecture.
Though he was the son of a rice farmer, at the age of 14 he was sent to acquire skillful hands by learning to make whisks at an apprentice public service.
After 6 years of study, he continued to learn various remaining techniques before becoming independent at the age of 25.
In 1975 he founded the Nakata Kizo cooperation.
Presently, about half of Japan's whisks are produced by his company.

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Easy visual instructions How to prepare maccha

Please note that we order certain matcha tools from various suppliers and will ship them as soon as they have been delivered to us.

Please do not use a dishwasher, microwave oven or electric oven.

About the use of tea ceremony tools ( maccha bowls etc.)

These items are made to be used with Japanese green tea.
We recommend that they are to be used with green tea exclusively.

About the use of tea ware items with paintings

Please use a soft sponge or rag for cleaning since harsh treatment of the surface might damage the picture.
Do not use strong detergents for washing your tea ware.

Tea ware is fragile!

We will pack and ship your order with utmost care to make sure that it will arrive safely at your home. However, please do not hesitate to contact us if any damage should have occured to your purchase. We might ask you to send us a digital image of the broken item and replace it thereafter.

About your chasen:
A bamboo whisk is a very delicate tea utensil that might have to be replaced when the tines wear off or break.
When left moist it might also produce mold. Please replace your whisk if
you detect mold on it or if several tines are broken.

About your chashaku
A bamboo scoop is a very delicate maccha tea utensil. Please do not use it with force or bend it unduly since it might break. Always keep it clean and dry. Please replace it if you detect any traces of mold on it.

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