Tokoname Ware Teapot - Brown Obi

R 650.00
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Ceramic slip cast teapot made in Tokoname. It is a yokode kyūsu (side-handle teapot) with a round, ball-shaped body. The style is called "帯アミ" - obi-ami - and has a mesh band filter inside for straining tea leaves when pouring. It is ideal for Japanese or other leaf teas and can also easily accommodate a tea bag.

It comes in a Brown colour with an unglazed texture.

Volume: 280ml

Packaging: cardboard box

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Tokoname is the location of one of Japan’s Six Ancient Kilns, with a ceramics history dating back to the 12th Century. Over the years it has become famous for bonsai and shochu pots, and its distinctive teapots, including red clay teapots. It is also the largest producer of maneki neko (beckoning cats) in Japan, with interesting variations dotting the access road from the train station.

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