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Washi tea box: the charm of Japanese paper to keep your tea

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If you are a lover of tea and Japanese culture, you will love the washi tea box. It is an elegant and practical accessory, which allows you to keep your tea in the best conditions. The washi tea box is made from washi paper, a traditional Japanese paper that has more than 1300 years of history. Washi paper is renowned for its resistance, lightness and beauty. It is made from natural plant fibers, such as mulberry or gampi, which give it exceptional properties. The washi tea box is impervious to moisture, light and odors. It thus preserves the quality and taste of your tea, whether it is green, black, white or flavored. The washi tea box is also a decorative object, which brings a touch of refinement and elegance to your interior. It is decorated with motifs inspired by nature and Japanese culture,

Hauteur : 15,50 cm
Diamètre : 7,50 cm
Iron-white, Washi-papier japonais


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Washi tea box: the charm of Japanese paper to keep your tea

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