- Made of traditional wahi Japanese paper
- Keep the tea leaves fresh thanks to Snap-on plastic seal
- Made in Japan
This large tea canister will be perfect to store your favorite tea. It is called Sakura because the washi paper is covered with a beautiful cherry blossom pattern that imitates traditional kimono cloth.
Although usually used to store tea, it’s up to you to use it as you like. For example, candies will fit perfectly in it.
Sakura (桜) (cherry blossom) has a big importance in Japanese culture; this is why it is a common design for Japanese ware. The cherry blossom is so familiar to Japanese that, when they hear the word flower, the first thing that springs to their mind is the cherry blossom. This image of the cherry blossoms embodies “Mujokan” (the feeling of transience and emptiness) and “Isagiyosa” (giving up gracefully) which the Japanese think is the most beautiful way of life.