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Kochabako (red clay Arashi-shibori teapot x cross pattern chintz)

¥59,950
Tokoname red clay Arashi-shibori teapot set, comes with teapot pouch with cross pattern chintz and red lacquer box.


<teapot>

Potter: Jinshu Toen (Tokoname Ware stelier)

Firing: electric furnace

Size: Total length 12cm (including handle and mouth), body (longest) 8cm, height 8.5cm

Capacity: 180ml

Weight: Approximately 130 grams

Ingredients: Tokoname red clay

Note: The sealing between the cover and the body is good.


<Tokonameyaki>

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

From the late Edo period (around 1858 AD), red clay tea sets and drinking sets were also made. Red clay's electric furnace technology has been established since the middle of the Showa era (AD 1962).

Clays suitable for making teapots include red mud, black mud, etc. The technical requirements for making teapots are extremely high. It is the largest teapot producer in Japan.


<teapot pouch>

Artisan: Syusai (Traditional pouch Studio)


Fabric: Cross pattern chintz

Size: width about 12cm, height about 10cm

Weight: Approximately 20 grams

Materials: Outer fabric, lining fabric 100% cotton, braided rope 100% silk


<Lacquerware box>

Artisan: Ootoshi Lacquerware atelier (Echizen Lacquerware)


Dimensions: length 10.8cm, width 10.8cm, height 11.5cm

Weight: Approximately 230 grams

Materials: Lid: Chinese plywood / Body: Hiba wood /

Coating: Natural lacquer

Note: red coating (only black coating on the outer sole)
Since it is a natural paint, the color will lighten over time.

Kochabako (red clay Arashi-shibori teapot x cross pattern chintz)

¥59,950 JPY
About us

Teapot

Each Tozando teapot is handmade by a potter. A teapot made from the earth where you can feel the texture of the local soil.

Kochabako

A set that combines a teapot, a teapot pouch, and a lacquer box. Making Sencha utensils easier to use. Enjoy tea in your own way.

Tea leaf

Japanese tea is changing. We have a wide selection of teas with outstanding aromas and characteristics, such as oolong tea and kamairicha.

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