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Tea Around Project

The pottery will propose the tools around "tea". A tea bowl of a size that matches the Sencha bowl of Asahi ware, an hourglass of the number of seconds that matches Japanese tea made carefully. An item produced by the kiln, which is a tool required for the tea space.

14,300 JPY

Tea Caddie, Kaikado

Kaikado Tea caddie. Asahiyaki original size with a height of 75mm to match the height of Hohin tea pot.

3,300 JPY

Hourglass for brewing tea

An original hourglass made from crushed sand from Asahiyaki works. An hourglass completed by the techniques of Japanese craftsmen.

11,000 JPY

Tea Tray

Tea tray produced by Mr. Satoshi Nagano, Nagano Works, who studied woodworking in Finland. It is made from Kalopanax septemlobus tree that inhabit only in Japan, and the more you use it, the taste of tree will gradually increase.

24,200 JPY

Tea Chest

Tea chest produced by Mr. Satoshi Nagano, Nagano Works, who studied woodworking in Finland. It is used for storing the green tea utensils. It is made from Kalopanax septemlobus tree that inhabit only in Japan, and the more you use it, the taste of tree will gradually increase.

1,100 JPY

Teacup Saucer, Magnolia obovata

A teacup saucer made by Yamano Kagu Furniture Studio in the northern part of Kyoto using thinned wood of magnolia obovata tree in Kyoto. The size suitable for both S and M tea cup of Asahiyaki. It can also be used as a small plate.

4,125 JPY

Teacup saucer, Walnut

Walnut tea saucer. Production of Yamano Kagu Furniture Studio, a workshop located in the Keihoku, Kyoto. It goes well with Asahiyaki's cup and mug.

24,750 JPY

Tray with legs

Designed by Shigeo Mashiro, sfera, "Tray with legs", that is easy to use for enjoying tea on a table or tatami mat.

7,150 JPY

Lacquered teacup saucer, M

It is a lacquered teacup saucer. Production of "Tenun (lit. sky-cloud) " supervised by Keiko Nishimura lacquer workshop. It just matches Asahiyaki M size teacup.

6,814 JPY

Lacquered teacup saucer, S

It is a lacquered teacup saucer. Production of "Tenun (lit. sky-cloud) " supervised by Keiko Nishimura lacquer workshop. It just matches Asahiyaki S size teacup.

24,750 JPY

Tray with legs

Designed by Shigeo Mashiro, sfera, "Tray with legs", that is easy to use for enjoying tea on a table or tatami mat.