A sushi Oke is similar to a hangiri but is not used to acidify rice, but to serve sushi in.
Natsume, whose shape comes from Jujube, is a tea container frequently used for the tea ceremony. Each is laquered with care. Some of them are also decorated with traditional Japanese motifs. Like these tea caddies, which shines particularly noble, due to their gold and red ornaments on a black background. Also, this beauty is part of the enjoyment of a tea ceremony.
As part of the tea ceremony the right ammount of macha powder is taken from the Natsume with the help of a measuring spoon. After completion of the tea ceremony, it is advisable to empty the Natsume completely and wipe it clean with a soft dry cloth. For storage of the remaining Macha, a special tea caddy is used, the so-called macha tea caddy.