Limited

SAKURA Wooden Yunomi - Pair (TAMAGO / TSUTSU GATA)

This is limited edition only available in autumn and winter season.

Handcrafted teacup, pair
TAMAGO: 150ml (5.28fl oz), diameter: 3.35inches (8.5cm) height: 3.35inches (8.5cm)
TSUTSU GATA: 180ml (6.34fl oz), diameter: 3.15inches (8.0cm) height: 3.35inches (8.5cm)
Traditional Yamanaka Nuri lacquer craft

This style of Yamanaka Nuri lacquer ware Yunomi is quite rare and exceptional, even in Japan. The weight is lighter than pottery or porcelain, and the mouth and hand feel is uniquely soft. The wood grain and warmth of the wood create a relaxing atmosphere.

TAMAGO means egg, and TSUTSU GATA means pillbox-style in Japanese. TAMAGO has a unique relaxing effect, and TSUTSU GATA is a steady form. Both styles have a finished base.

The lacquered wood Yumoni is crafted following Japanese tradition. The wood is from the SAKURA Japanese cherry tree. Wood grain or combination of center core and edge of cherry tree is quite beautiful. The simple, natural feel of cherry tree wood has a relaxing effect.
These Yunomi are heat-resistant and may be used for boiling water or cool water.

These Yunomi are suitable not only to enjoy the subtle flavor of high quality Japanese tea, but also to enjoy various drinks, for example, Japanese iced tea, fruit smoothie, coffee, wine or sake. It depends upon your vision and preference.

Specially packaged in a carton box.
Lead-free. Made in Japan.
Free shipping on all tea ware items!
(Please note that each piece is unique due to natural variations in the wood grain.)

Price

US$111.00

Quantity

FREE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING on all orders of US$36.00 or more.

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Yamanaka Nuri

Yamanaka Nuri is well known for high quality lacquer ware. Yamanaka is located in Ishikawa Prefecture and faces the Sea of Japan. It is about 200km (124miles) from Kyoto, which had been the MIYAKO capital of Japan for over a thousand years. There are many sophisticated works in Yamanaka Nuri lacquer craft.

Directions

- If you feel uncomfortable with the smell of new lacquer ware before use, leave it in an airy room for a few days. The lacquer smell will disappear.
- Never soak lacquer ware in water for a long time.
- Never leave lacquer ware in direct sunlight or high humidity, to avoid the risk of transformation, discoloration and mold.
- Never use scrubbing brushes, scouring powders or a dish washing machine.

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