Bizen-yaki pottery is a perfect + unique combination of timeless design and the oldest form of Japanese artistry. Bizen-yaki stoneware cups take a long time to finish. Once the kiln is fired, it has to be kept burning for one to two weeks non-stop, feeding it new fire wood every few minutes. This difficult and exhausting process leads to artisans firing their kilns only once or twice a year.
Each cup is a one-of-a-kind piece of art, with the appearance varying from grey to smooth copper and brown. The unique finish, called "Sangiri" is achieved through a technique in which ash is added close to the pottery in the firing process.
- Choose from Small (2.25" H) or Large (4" H)
- Diameter: 2-3/4" W
- Sold Individually
- Hand washing recommended
- Not dishwasher or microwave safe
- Handcrafted by talented artisans in Japan
CONTEMPORARY DESIGN MEETS TRUE CRAFTSMANSHIP. Our collection of Japanese teaware will take you on a journey through century-old Japanese ceramics, bringing timeless design into your home. The styles in our collection may look different at first glance, but each one is created with the same shape, making it possible to combine and stack them, no matter which century old pottery style was used in their creation.