Yakishimei Shiboridash Teapot Set
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Yakishimei Shiboridash Teapot Set

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Score: 5.00 (votes: 11)
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Handcrafted in Saitama Prefecture Japan, this Shiboridashi green tea set was custom made especially for O-Cha.com with gyokuro brewing in mind. As gyokuro (the most expensive green tea per ounce) should be brewed at a lower temperatures and with a relatively larger amount of loose leaf, the use of this special set is ideal for gyokuro enthusiasts as it allows brewing a small amount of gyokuro leave multiple times.

How to Brew Gyokuro - Step-by-Step Instructions!

The teapot measures 10.0 cm wide x 6.5 cm tall, and holds about 180ml / 6 ounces of water (without leaf). Included are two small matching teacups and a matching yuzamashi (water cooler) to help lower water temperature. Specially designed grooves in the interior of the ceramic teapot body eliminate the need for a filter basket.

An extremely nice feature about this teapot set is that all vessels stack within the main teapot for easy storage!

Important! - While this teapot could be used with most larger leaf green teas (light steamed green tea), is not really suitable for deep steamed (fukamushi) or other green teas with very fine leaf particles.

The potter of this item, Kazuhiro Arima, spent many years of his life studying ceramics in Kyoto, Kyushu near Nagasaki, and also spend years in Ishikawa. The craftsmanship of this items is superb and many not-so-obvious fine details went into making this teapot. The clay used for this item originates in Kyoto.

Since each of these items are had crafted, they may very slightly from the shown images - but not by much!  If you are a regular gyokuro drinker or have ever considered a foray into gyokuro, you will be hard pressed to find a better teapot for it than our handmade shiboridashi and houhin teapots!

Set includes one shibori-dashi teapot and lid, 2 small matching gyokuro tea cups, and one yuzamashi (water cooler) for controling water temperature.

  • $58.50 USD
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  • Poids
    448 g
  • Réf.
  • Material
  • Clay Color
  • Infuser Screen
  • Locality/Style
  • Useful for
    Gyokuro, Light Steamed Green Tea, Single Servings
  • Size
  • Glazed
Customer reviews
Average rating:
5.00 (Votes: 11)
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  • Kuang-Yu Hsu
    sept. 14, 2017, 02:37
    A beautiful teaset. The houhin pours beautifully into the teacups. It is not suitable for higher temperature brewing as it does not have a handle, but that's to be expected.
  • Giovanni Lotti
    avril 18, 2016, 16:54
    A great teaset, especially for japanese green teas (better if light steamed). I personally use it also for other teas and it works perfectly. Very good quality of the materials. Highly recommended!
  • John Priestley II
    août 6, 2015, 14:15
    I have tried to master brewing gyokuro since since the early 80's only to find it beyond my skill. The shiboridashi crafted by Kazuhiro Arima enabled me to realize my dream. It is beautiful and feels wonderful in the hand. If you are contemplating brewing gyokuro, you must have one of these!
  • Nathiya Ngarmkham
    mai 22, 2015, 08:23
    This is a lovely- designed set of teapot. Texture is great. Plain and functional. Just perfect for brewing gyokuro. I really love it. The service is also very good. Very happy with the order. I also bought a mogake one.
  • Sean Hardcastle
    mai 22, 2015, 08:23
    This is a beautiful tea set, delicate yet perfectly functional. I am a novice when it comes to Japanese tea, but through O-Cha I am beginning to learn, and experience the delights of Japanese tea. A truly great company with great products and great service. Thank You
  • Ellen Ewell
    nov. 25, 2014, 09:34
    This was my first purchase from O-Cha. It is a fragile yet functional piece, and I do not regret buying it in the slightest. Overall, I use the water cooler to measure the amount of water as to provide about one-third to one-half of the full amount the shiboridashi can hold, as I normally drink alone. I also do not use the teacups for myself (I use a large teacup), however I probably would if I was sharing with another person. Do not hesitate to buy this piece, as it was wrapped well and shipped promptly.
  • erik hockman
    juin 1, 2014, 00:37
    Works great for gyokuro. I like the convenience of cleanup too, not fond on pots with mesh strainer. 
  • Inna Bekker
    nov. 9, 2013, 03:51
    This is my first shiboridashi. I've been drinking gyokuro teas for a long time, but used regular kyusu for brewing. It's a very nice set that I will use and treasure!

Product questions

  • Adrianna Marszal
    déc. 7, 2017, 06:01

    Are there any estimates whether this tea ware will be available to order before the end of 2017?

    Kevin Moore
    déc. 7, 2017, 11:15


    We are supposed to have them by the end of the year, but not by Christmas unfortunately. The maker has informed us he will only make 30 of them, twice a year. We are looking for alternatives as a result but this is what it is for the time being.

  • Adrianna Marszal
    nov. 7, 2017, 03:09

    Do you already know when this teaware will be back in stock?

    Kevin Moore
    nov. 7, 2017, 03:55

    We're not sure yet, the maker of this tea ware is quite behind in production.

  • Andrew
    oct. 23, 2017, 05:11

    Is this going to be restocked before the end of the year?

    Kevin Moore
    oct. 23, 2017, 05:19

    We should have these in early November

  • Julian Kautzky
    sept. 26, 2016, 20:55

    180ml volume to the lid?

    Kevin Moore
    sept. 27, 2016, 01:55


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