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Bamboo matcha scoop—or chashaku—crafted by 24th generation artist Kubo Sabun in Nara, Japan. The Kubo family has been passing on the tradition of bamboo whisk-making since the Muromachi Period. Kubo Sabun's work has been featured in a variety of expositions around the world, including the Louvre Museum in Paris.
A bamboo scoop is traditionally used to measure matcha for serving and is an integral part of the Japanese tea ceremony. This scoop is appropriate for use under the Urasenke school of chadō. Use 2-3 scoops when making usucha (thin tea with froth).
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 using a series of splintering techniques with knives.