64-string matcha whisk—or chasen—by 24th generation artist Kubo Sabun. The Kubo family has been passing on the tradition of bamboo whisk-making since the Muromachi Period over 500 years ago. Each whisk is crafted from bamboo by hand. Kubo Sabun's work has been featured in a variety of expositions around the world, including the Lourve Museum in Paris.
Suitable for usucha (thin tea).
Black bamboo used by the Omotesenke tea ceremony school.
From Nara, Japan.