Azmaya Tea Scoop
A chasaji (tea spoon) is a Japanese tea scoop used to measure and transfer tea leaves from the tea canister or tea caddy into a teapot. These Azmaya tea spoons are designed by Osamu Saruyama and made in Japan’s Niigata Prefecture. Available in two styles, each with unique characteristics: The pear-shaped scoop is a timeless classic with its precise curvature and proportions, while the beautifully minimal flat scoop is designed to sit flush at the bottom of a tea canister.
The Azmaya tea scoops are made of copper and plated in tin for its non-toxic, ductile and corrosion-resistant properties.
|Material||Copper core, tin-plated|
9 × 4.4 × 1.3 cm (Pear)
7 × 3.5 × 0.5 cm (Flat)
Shown with the Azmaya Tea Canister