Kutani Ware Japanese Matcha (Tea) Cup with Kin HanazumeRegular price ¥8,000
This is a matcha (tea) bowl made of Japanese Kutani ware.
It is made by a technique called hanazume, a technique that has been used since the Taisho Period (1912-26).
Hanazume means "to fill the bowl with flowers without gaps" in Japanese.
Flowers are also drawn in delicate and precise golden lines, making the tableware look like a work of art.
Because it is wide horizontally, it is stable when held as if wrapped in both hands.
It is a little large, so it can hold a lot of drinks.
Although the shape is suitable for matcha, it can also be used for drinks other than matcha.
Although it looks like a work of art, it is actually usable tableware.
It can be used on a daily basis.
Of course, it is also recommended as a gift.
Beautiful and gorgeous tableware that looks like a work of art will be appreciated by the recipient if given as a gift.
|Size||(D) 4.53inches x (H) 2.56inches|
|Material||Porcelain (Kutani ware)|
|Origin||Made in Japan, in Ishikawa Prefecture|