Set of a handmade tea box and its a tea leaves spoon in the shape of a squash (Uri) or eggplant (Nasu) made of Pterocarya wood covered with wild cherry bark using the "Kabazaiku" (bark work) technique. This technique of the Denshiro house dates back to 1851, and has been passed down over six generations. The wild cherry bark is harvested in such a way as to allow its regeneration so as not to hinder the growth of the trees. This elegant tea box is a natural case to keep your teas in the best conditions.
Tea box: Ø8.1cm × H 12.2cm
Spoon pumpkin and obergine: L 9cm
Material: Wild cherry bark
Never leave this product in direct sunlight or in a damp place. Do not get wet. From time to time wipe it carefully with a soft cloth in the direction of the wood grain. Never use scrubbing brushes. Not dishwasher safe.