Tea Whisk Stand Olivier
The tea whisk stand prevents the Chasen from losing its shape. Bamboo (material of chasen) tends to straighten up. If you keep it in the tea whisk stand after washing, the shape of the Chasen will be maintained.
~ About Japanese tea ceremony ~
The tea ceremony has been an essential part of Japanese traditional culture. In Japanese, the ceremony is called 茶道 (sado), which means "the way of tea." 茶道 is not only about entertaining the guests by preparing tea, but it is also about a wide range of fields, including the tea utensils, the architecture of the tea room, calligraphy for hanging scrolls in the tokonoma (alcove), food (dishes and sweets), flower decorations, and the art of tea ceremony etiquette. Through the integrated art of 茶道, it values the interaction between the host and guests with an open heart.
*tea whisk is NOT included in this product.
Size: 2.75 inches