Limited

YUGENSAKURA - HARUNO (handcrafted Teacup: 230ml)

This is limited edition only available in spring and summer season.

Handcrafted Multi-cup: 230ml (7.78fl oz), diameter: 3.94inches (10.0cm), height: 2.76inches (7.0cm)
Sophisticated Kyo-Yaki (Kyoto Style)
Made by Tohan Dobuchi at Tohan Kiln

Mr. Tohan Dobuchi was born in 1980 and is the fourth Tohan. The first Tohan Dobuchi opened Tohan Kiln in 1922. The current Tohan Dobuchi succeeded the fourth in 2011. Tohan Kiln’s unique works, sustained by high level pottery and drawing techniques and various original elegant color glazes in over three hundred colors, are highly appreciated and viewed with awe.

YUGEN refers to experiencing an immeasurable depth of emotion, and SAKURA are Japanese cherry blossoms. This teacup features an elegant cherry blossom design, which is one of Tohan's specialties. There are five teacups in this series. This teacup is called HARUNO, or springtime field, which expresses the vivid and majestic appearance of cherry blossoms in a field in spring. The HARUNO teacup has a generous, rounded appearance. It is quite comfortable, pleasant and lovely to hold in your hands.

SAKURA cherry blossoms are one of the best loved flowers of Japan. Tohan gorgeously expresses the elegant scene of SAKURA cherry blossoms. The flowers are painted elegantly, vividly, and intrepidly. SAKURA cherry blossoms are not only a symbol of spring but are also the national flower of Japan.

The color gradation of pink in this nostalgic Japanese countryside scene makes the cherry blossoms even more charming. From the front of the teacup, you can enjoy the vivid pink of the cherry blossoms, and from a slightly different angle, you can enjoy the contrast with the green of the fields and the blue of the sky in spring.

The two cherry blossom petals painted on the inside of the teacup are framed in gold, contributing to the elegance of the scene. When green tea is poured in this teacup, it gives the appearance of two petals falling down into the tea.

The white glaze covering the entire surface of the teacup is called MURAGAKE, which is used to create a unique atmosphere. MURAGAKE adds an uneven texture to the surface of the teacup.

The reddish-brown color of the coarse clay KOHDAI, the base of the teacup, adds a discreet accent to the graceful and sophisticated aura.

Once you pour green tea into this white teacup, the color contrast between the green tea and cherry blossom colors is perfectly harmonized. You are sure to fall in love with this fine Kyo-Yaki teacup featuring the beauty of Japanese cherry blossoms in spring.

Specially packaged in a carton box.
Lead-free. Made in Japan.
(Please note that this work is a little different in each work because of features of this work.)

Price

US$224.00

Quantity

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

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Tohan Dobuchi

Mr. Tohan Dobuchi was born in 1980 and is the fourth Tohan. The first Tohan Dobuchi opened Tohan Kiln in 1922. The current Tohan Dobuchi succeeded the fourth in 2011. Tohan Kiln's unique works, sustained by high level pottery and drawing techniques and various original elegant glazes in over three hundred colors, are highly appreciated and viewed with awe.
The third Tohan's art was full of creative energy, as he was naturally inquisitive and enjoyed exploring new techniques and designs every day. He studied glaze in Germany, so his works stood out from other Kyo Yaki. In the works of Tohan, they are incorporated with designs of flowering grasses that are found in nature. The third Tohan developed Tohan’s original world of glaze, color and design.
The fourth Tohan has been developing new styles like HANA KESSHO crystal glaze lines. And these days, Tohan Kiln also creates beautiful lamps, tables and other interior designs. Works receive a high evaluation from not only those within the field of ceramics but also from interior designers and furniture designers in Japan and around the world.

Directions

- It is best to wash this item using only tepid water or mild chlorine-free dish washing detergent.
- If necessary, you may occasionally use a chlorine detergent.
- Do not sterilize by boiling, or in a dish washing machine.

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