Matcha Scoop Chashaku

Matcha Scoop Chashaku


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In Japanese, "chashaku" translates to "teaspoon". Chashaku was originally a Chinese innovation. It was originally intended as a standard, general purpose dispensing spoon. Early chashakus were made of metal and ivory, or some combination of the two. When the design was introduced to Japan during the Muromachi period (circa 14th and 15th centuries), it was used specifically as a tea powder spoon. However, ivory was too fragile and the metal spoons too wide.

Since then, chashakus have evolved from other types of wood. But most common chashakus are made of bamboo. In terms of design, they are made from a narrow piece carved from bamboo.

Orders placed on weekdays before 12:00 are shipped the same day.

We offer delivery for SEK 49 to the nearest agent with DHL and Postnord within Sweden.

You also have the option to collect your order in our store at:
Hornsgatan 46, 118 21 Stockholm.

International orders are delivered by local post or DHL via agent or home delivery. Shipping method and cost vary depending on country and area.

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