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Matcha Making Accessories
If you are new to matcha brewing, O-Cha.com has a large selection of matcha making accessories - everything you need to brew the perfect bowl of matcha. Minimum requirements are an authentic bamboo tea whisk and a matcha spoon.
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New To Matcha?
If you are new to matcha and are looking for a great way to get started, here's a kit that's sure to please. In this basic kit we include four of the most basic items you will need to get started. All components of this kit are authentic, Made in Japan products and are of the highest quality. We carefully selected each item of this kit to give what we consider to be the best entry price to matcha while not skimping on quality in any way.
Our Kiri-no-Mori matcha, while low priced, originates in Uji Japan and when you consider the freshness and quailty to price ratio of this product, it will most assuredly beat the pants off of any matcha you may happen to find in your local store. Likewise, our matcha whisk is made by a real Japanese craftsman and will last much longer than the myriad of Chinese knock-offs that flood the market.
Our black matcha bowl also enhances the beautiful color of the matcha quite nicely!
Due to continued shipping complications from the COVID-19 situation (yes, still), for most destinations (especially N.America) we currently have to use FedEx to ship this item. We can ship by Postal EMS to many EU destinations however.
*** FedEx shipping is INCLUDED in the price. There will be no added shipping fees on this item only.
If you are from a country that we can ship by Postal EMS and decide to use it, we will refund the significant difference in shipping price after you place the order.
We cannot make product substitutions for items in this kit at this time
**** This product is shipped in it's own box separately from any other items you may purchase so consider this item to be a completely different shipment.
- $127.92 USD
Handcrafted in Tokoname, Aichi prefecture Japan, this Mogake style Yuzamashi watercooler was made with gyokuro and light steamed asamushi sencha brewing in mind. The watercooler was wrapped with seaweed, causing the salt from the seaweed to oxidize with the clay making a unique pattern on the teapot. Since gyokuro should be brewed at a lower temperature and with double the amount of loose leaf (usually the most expensive green teas available), the use of this special yuzamashi watercooler is ideal for gyokuro enthusiasts, allowing multiple infusions from the same gyokuro leaf.
The set is intentionally made very small, holding just 135 ml of water. The lid fits the inside of the teapot wall perfectly. There is a very well made and thought out spout and the pour is smooth. This teapot is suitable for any gyokuro or light steamed green tea. You could probably use it with most medium-steamed green teas though you might get some clogging on the ceramic inner spout. Not suitable for deep steamed green tea as the fine, dust-like leaf particles.
About the maker Hakusan Katayama III
Mr. Hakusan was born into a family with a long standing pottery tradition in Tokoname, Aichi prefecture, a region famous for its outstanding pottery, and he studied under his father Tadayoshi's tutelage. He is a member of the Japan Sencha Crafts Association, and the Tokoname Hand-made Teapot Association. Mr Hakusan has won numerous national prizes for his pottery.
Measures approximately 4.5 cm high, 7.5 cm x 10 cm wide, and holds about 140 ml45 – Reward points
- $35.10 USD
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This 48 prong matcha whisk is handmade in Japan especially for thick style koicha matcha. Not to be confused with imports from China, this authentic hand-made tea whisk is made in Nara Prefecture. There are over 120 different types of Nara tea whisks, with the type of material, shape and number of splines varying according to the school of tea, and also on the kind of matcha to be used.
Note: This while you could use this whisk for other types of matcha, it was designed for use with thick "koicha" matcha. For general matcha brewing, we recommend this tea whisk instead.
About our Tea whisk suppler (see photos) - Sabun Kubo was born in 1940 and started making tea whisks in 1964. He is an artisan very keen on protecting traditional crafts.36 – Reward points
- $28.08 USD
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Consisting of 65-72 prongs, this whisk is handmade in Nara, Japan and should not to be confused with imports from China that you will commonly encounter from most tea shops. There are over 120 different types of Nara tea whisks that vary according to the type of material used, shape and number of splines which will vary according to the school of tea, the kind of matcha (thick or regular thin type) which will be served, and various other factors. We chose this particular chasen for general purpose matcha drinking.
About our bamboo tea whisk suppler (view detailed images) - Sabun Kubo Born 1940 and started making tea whisks in 1964. He is an artisan very keen on protecting traditional crafts.
Differences between Japanese and Chinese tea whisks... The vast majority of tea whisks encountered on the market are copies made in China, not Japan. There is almost no market for matcha whisks within China itself, nearly all are exported abroad and surprisingly, even to Japan. Japanese craftsmen start the whisk making process using a sharp knife to chip the end of the bamboo, giving it a clean sharp break, whereas in China it tends to be done with a file. Because of this, the tip of the whisk prongs of Japanese whisks are known to last longer. The bamboo used in Japanese whisks is superior and is dried for well over a year before use, no fungacides are used when producing Nara tea whisks. A real Japanese whisk will cost 2 or 3 times more than a Chinese whisk, naturally. It certainly is possible to make matcha with a Chinese made whisk but for long term reliability, we recommend that you invest in the real deal.30 – Reward points
- $23.40 USD
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Although it might not be an absolutely necessary accessory - the use of this nice wooden matcha bowl coaster with your favorite chawan could very well enhance the whole green tea experience! There is a small wooden vertical peg to place your tea whisk on as well. As with all of our products, made in Japan!25 – Reward points
- $19.50 USD
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This Tokoname water cooler, made from brown clay, the tea ware will come in very handy when making either matcha, sencha, or really any type of green tea. Since most green teas needs to be brewed at lower temperatures, use this item to cool your just boiled water to exactly where you need it to be. This water cooler has a very beautiful pattern on the bottom.
Holds 12 ounces/320ml.25 – Reward points
- $19.50 USD
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Made in Tokoname, Japan, this water cooler, made from red clay, will come in very handy when brewing green tea. Since most green teas needs to be brewed at lower temperatures, use this item to aid you in cooling your just boiled water first to exactly where you need it to be.
Holds 11 ounces/320ml.22 – Reward points
- $17.16 USD
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This Tokoname water cooler, made from green clay, will come in very handy. Since most green teas needs to be brewed at lower temperatures, use this item to cool your just boiled water to exactly where you need it to be. One of those things you can live without, until you try it!
Holds 12 ounces/320ml.20 – Reward points
- $15.60 USD
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Matcha aficionados - Here is a handy item! Known in Japanese as a "matcha furui", use this sifter when brewing matcha. Simply add your matcha and work it through the built-in removeable fine mesh insert inside the canister. Removes clumps, makes for a smoother, frothier bowl of matcha.
Available in dark burgundy or green, measures 73mm W x 79 mm H (2.9 inches by 3.1 inches) Quality craftsmanship throughout.
Note: Product includes the the tool only, matcha purchased separately.16 – Reward points
- $12.48 USD
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This handy device is designed to store and keep your tea whisk in great shape. Made of ceramic, simply place your tea whisk on it to retain it's shape.8 – Reward points
- $6.24 USD
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Used in the tea ceremony, this Japanese made bamboo matcha tea spoon (chashaku) dispenses just the right amount of matcha.
Note: This item is for matcha and is not to be used for loose leaf tea. Here is a link to our loose-leaf tea spoon7 – Reward points
- $5.46 USD
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