A Japanese tea incense burner made from recycled ceramic clay that fills the room with a green tea aroma.

How to enjoy
  • 1.Place about 2 heaping teaspoons of tea leaves

    Open the lid of the kyusu and carefully place about 2 heaping teaspoons of tea leaves in the center of the kyusu.
  • 2.Light a candle

    Take a candle and light it.
  • 3.Place candles at the bottom

    Place the lit candle in the center part of the incense burner, ensuring it is stable and secure.
  • 4.Enjoy the subtle aroma of tea

    As the tea leaves are slowly roasted, a delicate aroma will be released, filling the air with a delightful scent. Take a moment to savor and enjoy the soothing fragrance.
  • Note

    It may take approximately 5 minutes for the aroma to fully develop.
The process of making chakoro
Producing area
Chakoro is crafted in collaboration with a manufacturer in Tajimi city, renowned for producing Mino ware ceramics. It utilizes recycled ceramic clay and incorporates 10% carbonized coffee bean waste powder, promoting eco-friendliness.

Outsourcing manufacturer: creative・kei

creative・kei is a Mino ware ceramics manufacturer located in Tajimi City, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. The company mainly manufactures tableware for commercial use. The company produces pressure (white porcelain and Nami-clay) and Gaba casting (white porcelain) in-house and manufactures products.