A distinctive water cooling pitcher produced in the historically renowned clay kilns of Tokoname, Japan. This pitcher is balanced in design and has a thin spout edge, allowing for a smooth, elegant pour without dribbling water droplets down from the spout.
Japanese green teas require lower brewing temperatures than most teas, generally ranging from 165°F to 180°F (recall that water boils at 212°F). In the Sencha-do tea ceremony, water is initially brought to a boil, and then cooled in a vessel before it is poured over fresh sencha tea leaves in a kyusu teapot.
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