susumuya Teapot




Susumuya's Teapot


Susumuya was founded in 2012 by Mr. Kotaro Shinbara, who was born in a long-established wholesale store in Satsuma that has been engaged in the tea industry for generation after generations. He is a grandson of Mr. Nijiro Shinbara who's known as the "Father of Kagoshima Tea."

This kyusu was created solely for its original purpose: to maximize the flavor of Japanese tea and brew delicious tea. The beautiful, lean design by Masanori Oji will accompany you in your daily life.





Thank you for such care in packing the Items. All arrived beautifully and I am delighted to have the pieces in my Home. Each piece evokes such warmth and craftsmanship. Looking forward to purchasing from you again. Hope I can get your Towel Hooks as they look very streamlined in the future!
A.S. from USA

All of the products are wonderful, and I am very satisfied. I am especially fond of the kyusu, which I use everyday. The frying pan is quite small, but I have been learning to make different things in it. I won't be putting the bells (fuurin) out until the weather is better, but I have ordered some a few years ago and know how they sound. I very much appreciate your site and look forward to using it again in the future. I think your website is doing a great job of introducing products that people outside of Japan cannot normally buy.
N.C. from USA

I am very pleased to buy your products, everything is more than my expectation. So excite to meet your company, I am sure I will buy something again. Please continue introducing wonderful handicrafts made in Japan, I really enjoy Japan's everything. Think you so much to let me have wonderful experience in first time.
L.T. from Taiwan

This is my first time purchasing Susumuya teapot online directly from Japan. Considering Covid situation the delivery is much faster than postal service in Melbourne and I'd be sure to order more from Shokunin as I'm quite happy with customer care and quality teapot.
E.L. from Melbourne, Australia

Thank you for shipping out the products so quickly. I'm excited to receive them! I'm sure will come back to you guys. I've received the products. The products are very well made and the way you guys packing and wrapping them are exceptional! These little details will make me want to come back to the store. Thanks again and wish you guys success.
K.H. from USA

I received my order and it was more than satisfactory. Everything from the packaging to the product itself was thoughtfully prepared and I couldn't be happier with my experience. Thank you so much.
T.R. from USA

My teapot arrived and is absolutely BEAUTIFUL! I love it so much. I use it every day and it brings me joy. I thought delivery might take a while coming to Australia but it was very fast. Thank you and have a nice day!
M.O. from Australia

I am astounded and delighted that all of my (very well packed) items arrived this morning in London 36 hours after being sent from you in Kyoto! I look forward to many years of use from them. Thanks again for the great service. I am satisfied with the products. I have noticed that the teacups do show some slight lines in the porcelain with use of green tea but that, I expect, is a natural feature of use. The teapot and nuts bowl also are looking very well and getting daily use! I will definitely drop by the shop the next time I visit Kyoto.
M.D. from UK




This item is usually shipped in 3 business days. We will inform you of the estimated shipping date if shipping is delayed due to a shortage.







Teacup

Susumuya
Teapot

The bottom of the kyusu is as large as possible to facilitate the spreading of Japanese tea, and the height of the kyusu is purposely kept low so that even women can squeeze through it. All parts of the kyusu, from the spout to the lid and handle, are hand-wheeled by Tatsuo Umehara of Hokuryu Kiln. No glaze is used, and the black color is soft and almost brownish, which is unique to shudei. The more it is used, the more it is coated with tea tannin and grows to a deep black. On the other side of the spout, there is a cutout for easy disposal of tea leaves.

Size: About Ø120xW196xH69mm
Capacity: About 270ml
Weight: About 310g
Material: Shudei
Production: Tokoname City in Aichi Prefecture (Hokuryu Kiln)

*As it is produced through yakishime (densification), which utilizes neither potter's wheel nor the glaze, there may be slight unevenness on the surface. Further, each may differ in form and color. We kindly ask you to understand it as a taste of handwork.

Price: 8,500 JPY

Quantity
*The price will increase from 2024/6/1 due to the rising cost of raw materials. If you are considering purchasing, please place your order before then.








Teacup

Susumuya
Teapot 2

A new addition to the Susumuya kyusu lineup is a kyusu made by casting. Small and light, and designed to be easy to use with one hand, the teapot has a small diameter and a high height, so it doesn't take up much space in the kitchen, where things tend to get too crowded. The double-layered lid is perfect for brewing hot hojicha as well as sencha. 300 ml capacity is ideal for one or two people.

Size: About Ø95xW155xH95mm
Capacity: About 300ml
Weight: About 185g
Material: Shudei
Production: Tokoname City in Aichi Prefecture (Jinsui Kiln)

*Each may differ in form and color. We kindly ask you to understand it as a taste of handwork.

Price: 7,000 JPY

Quantity
*The price will increase from 2024/6/1 due to the rising cost of raw materials. If you are considering purchasing, please place your order before then.





Susumuya

A tea shop founded in Kagoshima in 2012 by Mr. Kotaro Shinbara, who was born in a long-established wholesale store in Satsuma that has been engaged in the tea industry for generations after generations. He is also a grandson of Mr. Nijiro Shinbara who's known as the "Father of Kagoshima Tea."





Susumuya
Tea Canister

18,000 JPY~


Susumuya
Teapot

7,000 JPY~


Susumuya
Teacup

1,800 JPY~


Susumuya
Matcha Set

1,400 JPY~




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