This graceful set embellished with knobby pattern will expand your tea ceremony experience and allow you to feel the slightest details of tea flavor. A pear-shaped teapot (250 ml) features a narrow spout that evens the strength of the infusion and a convenient handle providing a solid grip. A tea pitcher (150 ml) or cha hai has an oblong conical shape and a short neat spout. It serves to hold the tea that was steeped in the teapot before pouring into the cups. This procedure ensures that all the participants of a tea ceremony will get the beverage of the same temperature, aroma and strength. A deep and wide tea strainer with the silk net filters any remains of the tea leaves after brewing in the teapot. When not used the strainer is stored in the drip cup. Tea bowls (70 ml each) have flared shape revealing the full aroma of the tea. It’s supposed that the drinker will savor his tea in 3 sips: the first - a small one, the second - a main one, the third - for after taste.