Japanese tea matches best with Japanese style teapots and cups. In Japan, each cup is freshly prepared, so small teapots are preferred. Green tealeaves should not stay in the water (in the pot) as this makes the tea bitter. A filter can be useful to remove the leaves. Small porcelain teapots and cups fit delicate teas like gyokuro and high-grade sencha, larger stoneware or earthenware pots are good for bancha, genmaicha and hojicha.

 

ZERO JAPAN

The concept of Zero Japan teapots and cups is based on three principles: The products should be attractive, nice to touch, and functional. Zero Japan's products are stoneware (baked at 1200°C). The company is based in the Mino pottery region, which has a pottery history of about 1300 years.

 

Special features : The lids cannot fall off and break. The lids can be removed for easy cleaning. The spout is developed not to drip. The glaze is strong and smooth. Standard, crackle and mat glaze. The colours are bright and clear and come in a large variety. The removable stainless filter; one fits all models.

 

Quality control: All products are checked one-by-one through the hands of three people.

 

 

BBN-02 (450cc)BBN-03 (580cc)

 

Some examples of our Zero Japan Tea pots.

   
Please note that the colors here do not represent the actual product accurately.
   
BBN-18 ZENBBN-12 KYUSU
     
                                   BBN-21     BBN-21S    
     TC-02  TC-04                            DP-02                            MT-01    
     
Handpainting                                  Y24 Sushibar style cup
   
     
                                                A019 0.55l                        VERNONS Glass Tea Maker
   
     
                                                      B013 Tetsubin 0.3l                   Q6GC tea set                     
   
     
      Mr. Nakano making Tokoname              Tokoname Kyusu

Kyusu
The kyusu , the Japanese teapot with spout and handle in a 90 degree angle, is considered best for preparing gyokuro and sencha, as the tea can be poured till the last drop.

The Tokoname earthenware kyusu is very popular in Japan and used for all tea tasting. The thin but strong, earthenware pot lets the heat escape easily. This is good for the tealeaves as they will not turn bitter when used for a second infusion.