It is a teapot of Tokoname -yaki craftsman Murakoshi Kazetsu.
It is fired in a firewood kiln. The handle is very light and is a rare gem that fits in your hand.
The third -generation kiln of the Kazetsu kiln, who also studied under the late Tsuneyama Yamada (human national treasure). "Pear Kiln Kiln Ken Tea" won the Japan Crafts Association Award at the 42nd Traditional Crafts Ceremony Subcommittee Exhibition. He is a master of Tokoname -yaki Sugin, who builds a teapot from soil making. We continue to pursue the beauty of the tools to inherit the supreme skills.
Japan Crafts Association regular member
Japan Sencha Crafts Association regular member
Winning and awards, such as traditional crafts exhibitions, Chozo Prize, are the majority of the awards
Size ｜ φ8.5 × 8cm mouth ｜ 3cm Toride ｜ 4.5cm
Weight ｜ 150g + wooden box 200g Weight is measured by a guide
Country of origin | Japan
Production area | Tokoname ware
Type | Pottery
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