Matcha whisk holders are called kusenaoshi or "cowlick corrector." These holders* make sure each tine of the matcha whisk keeps its shape. It's important for matcha whisk tines to keep their shape and maintain even spacing so that the consistency of the resulting matcha is smooth and with no clumps.
This holder is made in Seto City, a place famous for stoneware artisans.
Read about how to make matcha here: How to Make Matcha
- Dimensions: 2-1/2"D x 3"H
- Material: Seto stoneware
- Made in Seto City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
*Does not include the whisk. Order the whisk here.