This multicoloured lacquer natsume (matcha caddy) is decorated with the traditional 'Koma' pattern. This distinctive design is of Southeast Asian origin, and is named for its resemblance to a spinning top.
Matcha natsume are one of the two traditional containers used to present the powdered tea during a tea ceremony. Named after the Japanese word for the jujube fruit due to their similar shape, natsume are used when preparing usucha (foamy matcha).
Because most natsume are not airtight, they are not suitable for long term storage and are only intended for presentation and heightening the tea making experience.
6.5cm (2.6in) - width
6.7cm (2.6in) - height
100ml - capacity
Condition: Very good
Ships from Thailand
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