Cups and accessories

All the essential accessories for preparing tea.

Washi Tea Box W4 | Mori

A Japanese Washi box of great format. For those who can never store enough of their favorite tea.

Washi Tea Box W4 | Joyu

A Japanese Washi box of great format. For those who can never store enough of their favorite tea.

Washi Tea Box W3 | Yuki

Not too flashy, not too subdued, we like this Japanese Washi box’s decoration. Its large format is ideal for everyday tea drinkers.

Washi Tea Box W3 | Kido

While most Japanese Washi boxes shine with colors, this one plays a much more sober card. Its large format is ideal for everyday tea drinkers.

Washi Tea Box W2 | Yuki

Sleek motives over royal blue background make this Japanese Washi box an ideal choice to brighten your tea corner. Comes in our most popular volume!

Washi Tea Box W2 | Kiku

These dapper motives are the epitome of Japanese Washi boxes. Reminiscent of kimono fabric. Comes in our most popular size.      

Washi Tea Box W2 | Kido

A Japanese Washi box of pure elegance. And our most popular capacity.

Washi Tea Box W2 | Joyu

The word Washi refers to the traditional Japanese decorative paper that wraps this stainless steel box. Thanks to its tightness and double plastic lid, this tea box will keep your tea fresh. 

Washi Tea Box W1 | Sakura

A charming piece with its flashy pink print, this small Japanese Washi box allows you to carry your tea anywhere.

Washi Tea Box W1 | Midori

With its fresh designs, these tiny Japanese Washi boxes are so pleasing to the eye. Fill your tea cabinet with colours, decorate your tea table or carry it around in your bag, elegant versatility.

Washi Tea Box W1 | Joô

The word Washi refers to the traditional Japanese decorative paper that wraps this stainless steel box. Thanks to its tightness and double plastic lid, this tea box will keep your tea fresh. 

Tile from Lin's Ceramics | Purion

Purion Tile running the line between a tea boat and a serving tray, this platter is entirely made of purion, a remarkable material created by Lin’s Ceramics studios after 10 years of research. Perfectly suited for the gong fu cha ceremony, purion is a material that gains from every use, every tea it encounters, absorbing tannins and aromatic oils into its porous surface. We like its raw yet refined aspect.

Tea Jar from Mrs Sheng SG-24

Recipient of numerous awards, Mrs Sheng has her own pottery studio where she makes pieces prized by collectors.

Tea Jar from Mr Wang | Sunzi

An inspiring discovery for Camellia Sinensis, our range of Yixing teapots, from where this originates, is enriched by this artist.

Tea Jar from Mr Wang | Feng Cao

An inspiring discovery for Camellia Sinensis, our range of Yixing teapots, from where this originates, is enriched by this artist.

Tea Jar from Mr Shao SO-14

This earthenware jar comes to us directly from a young artisan from Yixing, Shao Guo Jun. Shao Guo Jun was born and educated in the city of Ding Shan. There he learned traditional pottery techniques with some of the greatest masters. 

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