Chikumeido have been running the business for 500 years.
Those beautiful bamboo whisk (Stirner) for Japanese tea made by traditional craftsman from Nara, Japan.
The traditional tool for Matcha ceremony.
Available 3 kinds of the bamboo whisk. The long handle one is easy to use, therefore it's for the beginner.
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