Japanese Teapot: 8 Things You Need to Know

To prepare Japanese tea the traditional way, there are several styles of Japanese teapots and teaware you may use: the well-known, side-handled yokode kyusu; the top-handled dobin; the back-handled ushirode kyusu; or the lesser-known hohin and shiboridashi, which are without handles.

If you are interested in improving your tea practice and knowing more about the various types of Japanese teapots, we’ve got you covered. So, read on for detailed information about purchasing, using, and taking good care of your Japanese teapot.

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