KOTODO Tea canisters
Founded in 1910, Kotodo Takahashi Corporation has been producing hand-made tea canisters for 111 years. Our multipurpose canisters feature an airtight cap with an additional interior lid, ensuring a seamless and smooth seal. Each canister is handmade by skilled craftsmen using lead-free, food grade tin steel.
Kotodo tea canisters are the ideal kitchen storage solution to protect your teas and dried foods from light, air, and humidity.
The Florence Collection is the collaboration of the finest Italian paper, Rossi 1931 with Japanese hand made tea canister. Using traditional Florence pattern paper from Italy, Kotodo hand cut and hand wrapped the paper piece by piece to each tin. Enjoy the luxury of both Italy and Japan tradition at your home.
The White Birch Tea Tin Canister is hand-wrapped in traditional Japanese washi paper. Our original birch design washi paper was hand-dyed in Kyoto, Japan. Washi paper is made from the bark of small trees found in Japan and has a soft, comforting texture.
Exactly like white birch and aspen, just looking at the White Birch Can will give you the refreshing feeling of being in the middle of nature.
Yen-zen Washi Tin Canister is blending traditional beauty with contemporary designs and patterns, the Yu-zen Washi Tea Tin Canister is hand-wrapped in traditional Japanese washi paper. All Yuzen washi paper which we used was performed hand dyeing of in Kyoto, Japan. Washi paper is made from the bark of small trees found in Japan and has a soft, comforting texture. Many patterns, colors and sizes can be combined to create a special one and only canister.
The Yu-zen Tea Tin Canister is hand wrapped and hand cut piece by piece by skilled craftsmen. The cover snaps into place with an audible "click" to indicate the perfect alignment of the cover and body patterns. Each and every Yu-zen Tea Canister is hand-finished for perfect precision and quality.
The Matcha Green Tea Sifter these canisters, specifically crafted for green tea, have a screen to sieve powdered green tea finely before making matcha tea.