Chawan Japanese green tea bowl tea ceremony Hagi yaki Artist Chinshu

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(Size): about 12.0cm (4.7 inch) / H9.0cm (3.5 inch)

(Material): pottery

(Origin): Made in japan / Hagi yaki ware

(Craft): Thinshu 

(Condition): A brand new

(Note): With gift box

Hagi-yaki on the property, please enjoy a different charm to the subtle might be shades and patterns, shape or the like is slightly different every single facial expression.

Due to the characteristics of Hagi-yaki, color, pattern, shape, etc.

Hagiyaki Pottery ( Hagiyaki) is one of the most famous pottery types in Japan. The skills for making this craft was imported into Japan from Korea in the early 1600s. Hagiyaki flourished during the Edo Period (1603-1867) and was highly prized as tea wares for the tea ceremony.

The color of Hagiyaki Pottery changes over time with use, as tea residuals enter the miniscule openings on its surface. Clay used for Hagi ware is coarse, and due to its texture, color of ware is unique. Since the color changes as you use, the process is called "Hagi's seven changes (Hagi no Nanabake)" This characteristic is highly appreciated by tea enthusiasts. Hagiyaki Pottery remains popular to this day.


This product shipping weight 500g.

500.00 Grams

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