The lid has always been part of a tea pot. It helps retain heat and also keeps the aroma in the teapot. However, it
is sometimes convenient and fun if a kyusu does not have a lid. It is interesting to watch the tea leaves open
during the brewing process and the aroma of the brewed tea can be enjoyed by all. At the same time, you don’t
need to worry about breaking the lid or finding a replacement.
Futanashi (no lid) Kyusu: 14oz / 7.3"D (including a handle) X 3.3"H
Pottery: Tokoname, one of the Six Old Kilns of Japan, has been a pottery center since the 12th century and is especially famous for its unglazed pottery.