Kutani Ware Mug Cup with KintaroRegular price ¥3,000
This mug is made of Kutani Ware in Japan.
It depicts Kintaro, a character from a famous Japanese folktale.
Part of the story and symbolic motifs are chosen, but the design is attractive even if you are not familiar with the content of the story.
The easy-to-grasp handle makes it safe for both men and women to use.
The top rim slopes slightly outward, making it easy to drink from.
The mug is easy to use, making it ideal for daily use.
It is suitable for both home use and as a gift.
It is recommended for many people who love Japan, not to mention children.
|Size||(D) 3.15inches x (H) 3.35inches|
|Material||Porcelain (Kutani ware)|
|Origin||Made in Japan, in Ishikawa Prefecture|
What is Seikou Kiln
Seikou kiln was opened in Terai-machi, Ishikawa Prefecture, in 1935, and its main purpose has been to create more modern Kutani ware using the styles of previous generations.
We are particularly proud of our blue hand Kutani yaki ware, and we are constantly pursuing designs and shapes that appeal to modern sensibilities, as well as creating elegant and profound handicrafts based on the unique color tones that have been developed through decades of research.