Chashaku Matcha Scoop - White Bamboo

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Chashaku, or matcha tea scoop, is meticulously handcrafted by 24th generation Master Craftsman, Kubo Sabun, using high quality bamboo harvested in Nara, Japan. A bamboo scoop is traditionally used to measure matcha for serving and is an essential tool for Japanese tea ceremonies. It is lightweight, yet durable enough to last a very long time with proper care. Functional work of art at its best.


Produced by Kubo Sabun of Chikumeido Sabun
Made in Nara, Japan
100% Natural & Chemical-Free

How to use and care for your Chashaku

-Check out Feature Flora's Matcha Brewing Recommendations HERE to learn more about using your Chashaku to make a cup of matcha
-Clean your Chashaku using a damp towel to clean off any remaining matcha bits then air dry
-Do not use soap or detergents. Hand wash only.




Kubo Sabun of Chikumeido Sabun, is currently the 24th generation of his family to continue the tradition of handcrafting chasens since the introduction of Sado (tea ceremony) 500 years ago. Each chasen is meticulously made by hand using quality Japanese white bamboo grown in the Nara Prefecture of Japan. Master Craftsman, Kubo Sabun, is currently one of only a handful of chasen makers in the Takayama region of Nara. His work has been exhibited in the Lourve Museum in Paris and was recognized as a traditional master craftsman by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry of Japan amongst countless recognition and awards world-wide.