This black kurodei mould-made Tokoname-yaki kyusu (teapot) is decorated with a Kinkakuji (金閣寺, Golden Pavilion) and sakura (cherry blossoms). Its classic shape and 'sawayaka' fine steel mesh filter make it a great entry-level teapot useful for any type of tea. The pavilion is one of Kyoto's most iconic temples.
Tokoname-yaki (常滑焼) is a type of Japanese pottery that traditionally comes from Tokoname in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The site of one of Japan’s Six Ancient Kilns, pottery has been made in Tokoname since the 12th century.
Today, Tokoname ware is known for its iconic brick-red clay called shudei. Famously used in teaware and bonsai pots, this clay’s vibrant colour comes from its rich iron content. Tea steeped in unglazed Tokoname teapots is said to have a mellower taste.
16.2cm (6.4in) - width (including handle)
9.5cm (3.7in) - height
350ml - capacity
Condition: Very good
Ships from Thailand
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