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Kochabako (brown mogake x navy blue stripe pattern)

¥40,150
Tokonameware brown mogake teapot set. It is a combination with a teapot pouch made of navy green striped chintz and a paulownia box.

<Teapot>

Potter: Jinshu Toen (Tokoname ware atelier)

Firing: Electric furnace

Size: Total length 11cm (including handle and mouth), body diameter 6.5cm, height 8.5cm

Capacity: 140ml

Weight: Approx. 130g

Raw materials: Tokoname clay

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

The hole at the top is next to the lid knob.

<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.

<Teapot pouch>

Artisan: Syusai (traditional pouch atelier)


Fabric: Navy green striped chintz

Size: Width approx. 12cm Height approx. 10cm

Weight: Approx. 20g

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

Note: In the image of the product, a part of the teapot with white mogake is shown, but this product is a combination with a teapot with brown mogake.

<Paulownia box>

Producer: Mihagi Kogei

Size: Length 10.8cm Width 10.8cm Height 11.5cm

Weight: Approx. 120g

Materials: Box, paulownia wood (imported from the United States) / Braid, 100% silk

Note: The color of the braid is navy blue.

Kochabako (brown mogake x navy blue stripe pattern)

¥40,150 JPY
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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.

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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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