Pinku – Japanese matcha pot – tea ceramic for Japanese tea ceremony:
The term pinku has created a staggering subculture around itself in Japanese matcha and powdered green tea culture (especially among young people). What is particularly interesting is that in addition to young people who are not deterred from making matcha tea either pink or pink, older and more disciplined tea makers and matcha fan generations have found their calculation and taste in this slightly underground-like genre based primarily on color. We don’t think for a minute that there is no or no traditional cultural antecedent to the thing. Pink – and of course we think primarily of the fainter shades – has always been or could have been present at tea ceremonies. Anyone familiar with the world of traditional Japanese ceramics may know that under certain conditions (sometimes in flame imprints, sometimes in effects) ash glazes can appear on the surface of the ceramics themselves and partly due to the “pinku” (ピ ン ク) occupying a prominent place in the glazing of electrically fired ceramics. ). The beautiful design is in a black cardboard box that can be stored clean and dust-free.
Dimensions of tea ceramics what made in Japan – used to make matcha (powdered Japanese green tea) :
- Ø: 12.7 cm
- Height: 7 cm
- Capacity: 400 ml