Tea cloths or tea runners are called chabu. When you choose a chabu it will quite literally lay the foundation for your tea ceremony as upon it all other elements will find their place. It will often be one of the first elements we look to. It will play a huge role in determining whether your ch​axi will be rustic or elegant, simple or refined.



This dark ribbon is made out of pure linen. It is a textile made from the fibers of the flax plant. Linen fabric has a lovely earthy feel, softening beautifully in time of usage. The flax plant, from which linen fibers are harvested, consumes far less water than cotton and requires fewer chemicals and pesticides making it a great eco fabric choice for the environmentally conscious. Linen can degrade in a few weeks when buried in soil, it is even more biodegradable than cotton.


Size: 57,5 x 6.7 in // 146 x 17 cm.

100% linen fabric.

Side A as on photos. Side B is slihgtly darker. 

Yami Ribbon

  • Upkeep

    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: 10


    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.