A stoneware matcha bowl with creamy white glaze:
Holds 350 ml
The chawan's subtle form and subdued tone embodies the style of the revered raku pottery, which was created in the 16th century upon the ideals of Japanese tea master, Sen no Rikyu. It is a generous size with a smooth surface making it the perfect bowl for matcha preparation. The glaze is as white as glacier milk and supports a beautiful contrast between the bright green color of matcha; a spectacle highly regarded in chado, the Japanese Way of Tea.