Tokoname and Kutani Collaboration teapot Japanese Ceramic Teapot Pottery Teaset Tokoname Ware Tokoname Yaki Mini Kyusu (160ml) Plum
Tokoname ware (Tokoname-yaki) is a type of Japanese pottery, stoneware, and ceramics produced in and around the municipality of Tokoname, Aichi, in central Japan.
Tokoname was the location of one of the Six Ancient Kilns of Japan.
■ Collaboration of Tokoname-yaki and Kutani-yaki.
The kyusu (teapots) with black mud are made by Mr. Hirotaka Umehara, the second generation of Gyokko, a traditional craftsman of Tokoname ware. This work is hand-painted by Kutani Yaki painter Tsugimori Tamura. Tokoname and Kutani are two pottery brands that have preserved tradition in Japan. A traditional craftsmanship who has been making ceramics for many years. This teapot is simple, lightweight, and easy to use. The painting is done in balance with the shape of the teapot.
■Cerametric mesh net
The spout is comfortable to hold, and the the reason why Tokoname-yaki teapots are widely trusted is the elaboration of the tea strainer. The craftsmen have worked hard to create this Tokoname-yaki teapots from boasted traditional techniques.
Capacity: 160cc (80% of when it is full)
■ Made in Japan
■ Materials : Pottery
■ Tokoname Yaki