Japanese Chasen Matcha Whisk
We’re seeing green (tea).
The chasen straddles the line between kitchen utensil and work of art: It’s a delicate yet sturdy whisk for preparing a perfectly creamy matcha tea. Mizuba’s chasens embody functional beauty. Each chasen is carved from a single piece of bamboo and contains 120 individual prongs, the most a whisk can have (and a sign of high quality). Keep your chasen alongside your matcha tea collection and make it part of your daily practice.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
Bamboo (Single piece of bamboo carved into 120-prongs)
2.4" in diameter x 4.5" L
Care & Notes
Do not use soap or put through dishwasher. Please rinse gently with warm water and keep away from steam & humidity.
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