Sakura Green Tea Teapoon

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Known as a "chasaji" in Japanese, this is a traditional sakura teaspoon is used for measuring out green tea. A full teaspoon will usually weight out to 4 or 5 grams. Made from the wood of blooming cherry trees, quite beautiful.

Note: This item is for loose leaf tea, not matcha. Here is a link to our matcha-spoon.  Do not use in the microwave, store in the refrigerator, or use in a dishwasher.

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  • Mark Ross
    Jun 22, 2017, 12:03
    A very nice teaspoon! It fits in the canister very well, and is aesthetically pleasing. It's very accurate, as well. I highly recommend it, as it's taken a lot of the guess-work out of making tea.
  • S
    Jun 21, 2017, 01:24
    I really love this spoon to measure my tea. It's absolutely beautiful and as another reviewer said, it adds to the tea experience :)
  • Ricardo Bochnia
    Mar 5, 2017, 04:09
    This tea spoon is a very nice. I use it to measure tea without a scale.
  • Alex Gyarmaty
    Aug 17, 2016, 13:50
    It's just a tea spoon, but... This fits nicely between the plastic inner seal and the lid of the steel cannisters that are included with the green tea gift set so it is always handy at the right time--one less drawer or cabinet to open. Unique and oddly very satisfying to use. It helps complete the "private ritual" that is the daily tea making process.
  • Hee@@@@
    Apr 21, 2016, 18:47
    Wow very nice smooth feel wood great design too... Thank you O-Cha for carrying this affordable tea scoop
  • Andrew Carrier
    Mar 6, 2016, 09:15
    This Sakura teaspoon is one of those things that can make your tea experience a little more enjoyable. The cherry bark is very attractive, and with some practice, you can learn to accurately measure your tea without the use of a scale.
  • Sean Hardcastle
    Jul 17, 2015, 05:04
    I now use the chasaji all the time. I used to use pocket scales to measure my tea, but with a little practice weighing tea using the chasaj I have done away with the scales. Just makes my feel my tea time is that little bit more authentic. I will be ordering a couple more shortly.
  • Nathiya Ngarmkham
    Jan 22, 2015, 02:49
    Pretty. I love it. :)

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