Japanese Tea Ceremony Utensil Set - Kyo-yaki Furidashi, Chakindashi, and Lacquer Chasenzutsu and Kogo
This tea ceremony utensil set consists of a Kyo-yaki furidashi (sweets container) and chakindashi (holder for the chakin/tea cloth); along with lacquered kogo (incense container) and chasenzutsu (matcha whisk holder, for small nodate-sized whisks). Each item is decorated with a traditional fan motif.
Kyo-yaki (京焼) is a type of Japanese pottery that traditionally comes from Kyoto, Japan. The pottery traditions of Kyoto date back to the 5th century and are varied in their styles.
6.1cm (2.4in) - width
6.8cm (2.7in) - height
ml - capacity
Condition: Very good
This vintage item ships from Thailand
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