Tezumi InsightsJapanese teaware comes in a huge variety of shapes, colours, glazes, and decorations. These styles are often closely tied to the various local pottery traditions that create these beautiful pieces of functional art. As the country with the oldest known pottery tradition, Japan is home to hundreds of ceramic production areas scattered across the archipelago, each with its own distinct clays, glazes, and decoration styles.
This sencha from Susumuya has been our go to fukamushi throughout the year, offering a punchy taste with some interesting top notes.
Cleaning tea stains can be a chore, so why not prevent them from accumulating in the first place? Proper care of your teaware will ensure years of enjoyable use.