Our premium Japanese tea sets.
Introducing our tenmoku Japanese tea sets. Tenmoku is a Japanese pottery practice that champions organic patterns. Tenmoku bowls and cups were originally used in the Japanese tea ceremony and each of our tea sets come with its own unique print. The teapots also come with stainless steel infusers.
Free shipping is available for all orders over $70. Alternatively, pop into one of The Tea Centre's nine tea shops located in Queensland, New South Wales and the ACT.
The Tea Centre’s gorgeous range of Japanese tea sets
Our authentic collection of Japanese tea sets are directly sourced from Japan’s finest pottery makers. You’ll notice that our tea sets are made in the style of tenmoku. Each set is adorned with a unique print, finished with a characteristically tenmoku ceramic glaze, and come with two or four teacups. All sets also have stainless steel infusers inbuilt to the teapots.
What are tenmoku tea sets?
Tenmoku is a distinctly Japanese pottery practice that champions philosophical appeal and fluid movement. Popularised by the aesthetics of the Japanese tea ceremony, tenmoku teaware is always simple and organic in design but bold in patterns. These patterns are achieved by skilled workers who finish their ceramic in a special glaze. The end result is a truly unique and glossy piece of pottery or teaware.
Are The Tea Centre’s Japanese tea sets dishwasher safe?
At The Tea Centre, we do not recommend cleaning your Japanese tea set in a dishwasher, due to their delicate nature! The best practice is to handwash the individual teaware pieces with tepid water and a damp cloth.
Buy Japanese tea sets online or in-store at The Tea Centre tea shops
Here at The Tea Centre, we pride ourselves on the elite quality of our tea sets and work hard to make them luxurious and thoroughly enjoyable. You will notice that our Japanese sets are carefully crafted, beautiful in design, and come with unique prints. It’s all part of our plan to provide you with the finest tea possible.
Making a pot of tea with our our Japanese tea sets is not as hard as it sounds with our easy-to-use infusers and strainers available. Be sure to check your Japanese set’s teapot though; most already come with a stainless steel infuser.