Friday, November 20, 2009

Nakatsugi, container for matcha


How are you everyone? Almost every evening, we go 30 minute walking for exercise. There is a national park called Iwayado in our town. It is a little far and off from our usual walking course, but the park also has illuminations for autumn leaves in this period. Yesterday, we were warmly clothed and went to the park for a walk to see autumn leaves again. It was as nice as Sogi park. The illuminated trees reflected on liver surface was so beautiful.

At this week lesson, we used a different type of container for matcha, called nakatsugi. It is a cylindrical shape container, which is refined I think. I could scoop plenty of matcha easily. It may be because nakatsugi has a flat bottom and holds more matcha than ordinary natume.
Hope you have a good weekend.

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