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Our ceramic cups are all made by artisans in Japan.
They are ideal for enjoying a good green tea or why not a fresh beer.
For lovers of authentic handmade products and quality.
"Shiro sagi" means white heron. There are many in Japan, especially in Kyoto on the Kamo River.The shape of this white cup is inspired by these herons. You can use this ceramic cup to drink beer, indeed the glass texture makes it more fluffy. It was made in Shigaraki, known for its stoneware production, by a Japanese craftsman. Discover all models of...
This Japanese ceramic cup presents all the charm of the simplicity and elegance of Shiga designs.Brown and gray, it will be perfect to enjoy your tea as much as for your soup.Its hanse on the side allows a comfortable grip.Under the cup there is the artist's signature with the kanji of fire and earth.Discover all our japanese ceramics on our online store
JAPANESE CUP CHI"Chi" has several meanings depending on the kanji used. Here it means "earth", these are the colors used for this cup that are reminiscent of the soil strata. You can use this ceramic cup to drink beer, indeed the glass texture makes it more fluffy. It was made in Shigaraki, known for its stoneware production, by a Japanese craftsman....
HANDMADE JAPANESE CUP "MOON""Tsukimi" is the contemplation of the full moon in autumn, when she is the brightest and most beautiful. Tradition since the Heian period, it marks the end of harvest. It was handmade by a craftsman from Shigaraki prefecture. Discover all models of ceramics on our online store
HANDMADE JAPANESE CUPBeautiful handmade japanese cup. In Japan the deity of good mood is symbolized by this character called "Okame" This ceramic mug was handcrafted in Japan by a craftsman in the Shigaraki area, famous for its ceramic creations Under the cup you will find the signature of the artist. You will also bring joy in your home with this cup.
HANDMADE JAPANESE CUP "TAKAYAMA"Ceramic cup made at Hida Takayama ,well-known area for its pottery in ceramics Its irregular shape which makes its charm is often found in Japanese ceramics. It was handmade in Japan by a craftsman. Other ceramic cups models manufactured in Japan are to be discovered