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Mino-yaki Matcha Tea Bowl Oribe Shiranagashi Small - Handcrafted by Iguchi

Mino-yaki Matcha Tea Bowl Oribe Shiranagashi Small - Handcrafted by Iguchi

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This small matcha tea bowl by artist Iguchi beautifully harmonizes a deep green glaze with a pattern that resembles flowing white nagashi, showcasing the Oribe style of Mino ware.

Its shape fits comfortably in the hand, and its moderate weight makes it popular for being easy to handle when preparing matcha.

This is a wonderful item that can be used not only as tea ceremony utensils but also as a modern Japanese interior piece.

The elegant atmosphere created by the unique colors of the Oribe style and the Shironagashi decorative technique will make your tea time even more enriching.

Iguchi's Mino ware matcha tea bowl is a stylish and elegant piece that highlights the craftsmanship of the artist, making it a great gift for tea lovers.

Please enjoy this matcha tea bowl, which perfectly blends the charm of the Oribe style with Iguchi's sensibility.

■Mino ware

Mino ware is a general term for ceramics produced in the Tono region of Gifu Prefecture.

It is the oldest ceramics production area in Japan with a history of over 1,300 years, and its tableware production accounts for approximately 60% of the national share.

Mino ware is characterised by its versatility and ease of use, and is used for a wide range of purposes, from everyday tableware to luxury tableware.

Mino ware is also strong and long-lasting, so it is often passed down from generation to generation.

Mino ware is a type of pottery that has supported Japan's food culture since ancient times.

It will continue to play an important role in preserving Japan's traditional culture.

■Detailed information

Size: Diameter 11cm x Height 7.5cm

Material: Ceramic

Country of Origin: Japan

Safe and secure: Passed lead and cadmium testing.


Due to the nature of pottery, the glaze varies from piece to piece, so the color and amount of glaze may differ from the image.

Also, the size may differ from that shown.

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