Japanese Tea Spoon Hyotan (Camphor) | Hyotan Sami

5,49 € Tax included

This traditional Japanese teaspoon produced from varnished camphor wood can hold approximately 5g of smaller tea leaves. In Japanese Hyotan means “vessel from pumpkin”, which has been a symbol of luck in Japan for centuries, and its shape is reflected in the shape of the teaspoon. In addition to convenient tea dosing, the teaspoon brings a traditional atmosphere to the preparation process. In size the teaspoon is approximately equivalent to a soup spoon, which is a very practical unit, the same in various different parts of the world.

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This traditional Japanese teaspoon produced from varnished camphor wood can hold approximately 5g of smaller tea leaves. In Japanese Hyotan means “vessel from pumpkin”, which has been a symbol of luck in Japan for centuries, and its shape is reflected in the shape of the teaspoon. In addition to convenient tea dosing, the teaspoon brings a traditional atmosphere to the preparation process. In size the teaspoon is approximately equivalent to a soup spoon, which is a very practical unit, the same in various different parts of the world.

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