Sunday, June 16, 2013
This kyusu is a dream to hold and use. I have said that I seem to be escalating the quality of the kyusu's a buy each time, and I am really not sure how much higher I can climb even though this was a rather affordable kyusu. This is a wonderfully light piece of potter with a soft and delicate clay which I honestly say makes me think I am holding air, or really do not have a good grip on anything at all when I am holding this but looking somewhere else.
Larger than my Gyokko kyusu by at least double its size, it is just as light if not lighter. It also has an incredibly fine sesame screen pictured below. I wish I was making this up, but since purchasing this kyusu, I have only once used one of my other kyusu to brew sencha, even though I have made it a dozen or more times ( probably closer to two dozen times).
I could honestly rant and rave about this kyusu, some more, but I think the pictures more than do it justice. I highly encourage everyone to look into some of these artisan Tokoname Kyusu.