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Mino-yaki Matcha Bowl 'Awayuki' with Brush Strokes by Master Potter Maruyoshi

Mino-yaki Matcha Bowl 'Awayuki' with Brush Strokes by Master Potter Maruyoshi

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Mino-yaki Matcha Bowl 'Awayuki' with Brush Strokes by Master Potter Maruyoshi, embodying the tradition of Mino ware.

The delicate brush strokes create a pale, snow-like hue that accentuates the vibrant green color of matcha.

Maruyoshi's tea bowls are highly regarded in the world of tea ceremony for their exceptional quality and design.

Indulge in the luxury of traditional Japanese matcha with this stunning tea bowl.

Not only perfect for whisking matcha, this exquisite piece also showcases remarkable beauty when displayed, elevating your tea time to new heights.

Seize this opportunity to savor a moment of pure bliss.


Mino-yaki is the oldest form of pottery in Japan, with a history spanning over 1,300 years.

Crafted in the Tono region of Gifu Prefecture, it is characterized by its versatility and ease of use.

Beloved by many, Mino-yaki ranges from everyday tableware to high-end dining sets.

Its durability and longevity make it a treasured family heirloom, passed down through generations.

Today, Mino-yaki accounts for approximately 60% of Japan's total tableware production, playing a vital role in supporting the nation's culinary culture.

■Detailed Information

Size: Diameter 11.5cm x Height 7.5cm

Material: Ceramic

Made in Japan

Safety: Passed lead and cadmium testing.

■Important Notes

*Due to the handmade nature of this product, the color and texture of the glaze may vary slightly from piece to piece. There may be subtle differences between the product image and the actual item you receive.

The dimensions provided are approximate and may have minor variations.

*If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to our customer support team.

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