Our wide range of original tea accessories sourced directly from the best manufacturers in Japan.
Vintage Kyusu Teapots
Cast Iron Kyusu
Mizudashi - Cold Brew
Mizudashi, or cold brewing, produces a sweeter, more nuanced cup of tea, bringing out the rich flavours of the leaves without any bitterness. These borosilicate glass flasks by Hario with built-in strainer are specially designed for cold brewing in the refrigerator without any fuss. Perfect for green teas as well as fruit and herbal infusions, oolong and white teas.
Shiboridashi & Hohin Teapots
Chazutsu - Tea Caddies
Japanese Chazutsu (茶筒) "tea caddies" are a functional as well as stylish accessory for storing teas to preserve their aroma and freshness for longer. Available in a variety of materials, sizes and styles, the Chazutsu is suitable for storing all kinds of loose leaf tea.
Kettles - Tetsubin
OBON - TEA TRAYS
Chataku - Saucers
Traditional Japanese wooden saucers for supporting Kumidashi teacups, particularly within the Senchadō leaf tea ceremony. Hand-turned and -lacquered in the classic Yamanaka Shikki style.
Yuzamashi - Coolers
Literally "hot water cooler" the Yuzamashi pitcher is used to lower the temperature of boiled water before preparing delicate Japanese green teas, namely Gyokuro, Kabusecha and Sencha, in order to minimise bitterness and fully bring out their sweetness. Available in a variety of styles and colours to match your Kyusu teapot.
Versatile porcelain teapots for brewing all kinds of Chinese tea, particularly aged and dark teas including oolong, pu-erh and black teas. The glazed ceramic is easy to clean and does not absorb any flavours or aromas, making these teapots perfect for everyday use as well as tasting and comparing teas.
Pin Ming Bei - Teacups
Cha Chuan - Tea Trays
Cha Hai - Pitchers
Cha Hai or Gong Dao Bei "fairness cups" are small glass or ceramic pitchers commonly used in the Chinese Gong Fu tea ceremony to evenly distribute freshly brewed tea of equal strength among guests.
Specially custom-made for us in Japan, our Yoshi en tea caddies fuse ultra-modern precision-processing with traditional handicrafts. Inspired by Urushi lacquerware, these caddies come complete with a tightly fitted aroma-sealing inner lid.
Sleek and stylish kettles by Fellow in a selection of electrical and stovetop models – including the iconic gooseneck Stagg for unmatched precision pouring. Each stainless steel design has a built-in thermometer to ensure water is boiled to the optimal temperature for the perfect brew every time.
A design classic, since 1953 the iconic Salam teapot by Degrenne Paris has been keeping tea hot for up to an hour thanks to its special felt-lined stainless steel lid-cum-tea-cosy. Perfect for brewing black and herbal teas.
Founded in 1921, the renowned Japanese glass brand, Hario, initially began manufacturing laboratory glassware before expanding to top quality heat-resistant borosilicate glass kitchenware.