This Mino-yaki yunomi (teacup) features white motifs over a light blue shino glaze that is heavily textured with pinholes—called 'suana' (nest holes) or 'yuzuhada' (yuzu skin) in Japanese—on the exterior but is smooth on the interior.
Mino-yaki (美濃焼,) is a type of Japanese pottery produced in Mino Province in Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Since the introduction of mass production in the Meiji period (1868–1912), Mino ware accounts for around 50% of Japanese pottery produced today.
7.7cm (3in) - width
7.1cm (2.8in) - height
160ml - capacity
This vintage Japanese item ships from Thailand
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