Solemn chabu with Japanese roots. One side has Shippo pattern on dark blue, the other is completely black. Both sides are beautiful and create a magnificent atmosphere. You will enjoy using both sides for your tea ceremony.
Shippo (Seven Treasures)
The Shippo pattern represents the Seven Treasures in Buddhism which include gold, silver, lapis lazuli, crystal, agate, red pearl, and carnelian. In the pattern, these treasures are endless connected circles. In Japanese culture, the circle represents harmony and peace, so this pattern has long been used in temples and shrines. The interconnected circles symbolize the prosperity of loved ones and represent the idea that relationships and connections between people are equal in value to the Seven Treasures. The Shippo pattern has come to symbolize never-ending harmony and peace.
Size 47 x 17 in // 119 x 44 cm.
Side A with Shippo pattern, side B plain black.
A cloth is the foundation of your tea stage. Please, be sure to iron it before using for the best results.
Please, hand wash only.
Keeping it limited
Number of chabu was made: 6
Care for teaware is a small online company, so everything is made in incredibly limited runs. That means that any piece you buy here you are not going to see all over the places, only a few other people in the world might own one.