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Tokonameware red clay teaware, Houhin

Houhin from Tokoname ware studio, Hakuyo Toen.

Red clay is a typical clay for Tokoname ware. Hakuyo Toen's red clay is characterized by its deep, brownish color. The surface has a slightly uneven mottled pattern due to the glaze.

The treasure bottle has a cute rounded shape. Unlike a teapot, it does not have a handle, so it is easy to store in a cupboard or drawer. The mesh-shaped tea strainer is also carefully made from the same clay as the main body.

Hohin is often used for making sencha, but it can also be used to brew other types of tea, such as oolong tea and black tea.

Potter: Hakuyo Toen (Tokoname ware)

Size: Total length 12.5cm (including handle and spout), height 10cm, body diameter 10cm

Capacity: 280ml

Weight: Approx. 170g

Package: Paper box

Note: The seal between the lid and the body is good.

<Tokoname ware>

Tokoname ware is a type of pottery made in Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture. During the Middle Ages, it was Japan's largest ceramic production area, and in addition to daily necessities such as plates, bowls, and pots, it also produced large pottery such as jars and pots.

From the end of the Edo period (around 1858 AD), red clay tea utensils and sake utensils were also made. Since the mid-Showa era (1962 AD), electric furnace technology for red clay has been established.

There are clays suitable for teapots, such as red clay and black clay, and the techniques used to make teapots are extremely high. It is Japan's largest teapot production area.

Tokonameware red clay teaware, Houhin

¥4,180 JPY
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