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Fujiki Denshiro Shoten's Sokawa Tea Canister


Kabazaiku is made from the bark of wild cherry trees. It is said that the word originated from a long poem in the Manyoshu, in which wild cherry trees were described as "kaniha," which was later transformed into "kaba."

The bark that has been thinly shaved and polished is called "mujikawa," while the bark that brings out the expression of wild cherry is called "shimofurikawa," and as it is touched every day, it becomes shinier and retains its unique luster.




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Fujiki Denshiro Shoten
Sokawa Tea Canister Mujikawa

The outer casing is made of plain bark polished from the surface of wild cherry bark, and you can enjoy the unique expression of the knots in the cherry bark that appear when it is polished. The luster will increase as it gets worn day by day and the more you use it, the more it will change into a calm color. Not only the outer casing, but also the inside and the back of the lid are covered with precious wild cherry bark, making it a gem of quality. It can also be used to store coffee beans.

Size: About Ø83xH120mm (150g Tea Leaves Capacity)
Weight: About 120g
Material: Cherry Bark (Miyagi Prefecture, etc.), Japanese Natural Wood (Sawagurumi, Doroyanagi, etc.)

Price: 8,500 JPY

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Fujiki Denshiro Shoten
Sokawa Tea Canister Shimofurikawa

The outer casing is made of marbled bark, which is made from the bark of wild cherry trees, allowing you to feel the unevenness of the knots in the bark. The more you use it day by day, the more it will change into a calm color. Not only the outer casing, but also the inside and the back of the lid are covered with precious wild cherry bark, making it a gem of quality. It can also be used to store coffee beans.

Size: About Ø83xH120mm (150g tea leaves capacity)
Weight: About 138g
Material: Cherry Bark (Miyagi Prefecture, etc.), Japanese Natural Wood (Sawagurumi, Doroyanagi, etc.)

Price: 9,500 JPY

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Fujiki Denshiro Shoten
Chami

Tea spoon made of plain bark. It fits into the tea canister and is easy to use and comfortable in the hand. It gains luster through daily contact with the hand.

Size: About ØW30xD72xH5mm
Weight: About 5g
Material: Cherry Bark (Miyagi Prefecture, etc.), Japanese Natural Wood (Sawagurumi, Doroyanagi, etc.)

Price: 350 JPY

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Fujiki Denshiro Shoten

Since its establishment in 1851 in Kakunodate, Akita Prefecture, they have been producing high quality kabazaiku.





Fujiki Denshiro Shoten
Sokawa Tea Canister

8,500 JPY~




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