While in Kyoto, wandering through the bamboo groves of Arashiyama, or listening to the sublime sound of a million wind chimes at Kiyumizu-dera, or peering up at the stoic yet mischievous Fox guardian statues at Fushimi Inari, the verdant backdrop of limitless nature was all pervasive. If you ask me if I prefer the Golden or the Silver Pavilion better, I would say, the Silver, without hesitation. While the Golden Pavilion is certainly beautiful, I find the rustic and authentic Silver Pavilion far more profound in its magnitude and wisdom. Surrounded by a tidal wave of mountain and trees. Not unlike the Japanese Kyusu Teapot. Ringed with a texture akin to grass being blown about by wind, and a handle that resembles an item of woodcraft, all engaged in an endless circumambulation around a vermilion pearl at the top. Akin to a ripe persimmon, or even a wish-fulfilling jewel ready to make life the way you’d like for it to be. This item is perfect for green teas but also is a virtuoso of herbal, white, puer and Oolong teas. Bring this vibrant item home for the winter season today!
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