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Light blue, white, and black mug. The white areas on the outside is not glazed.
Warm, orange-colored clay taste, Hanshi, resembles the morning sun. The simplest form of teacup called "Kittachi".
The clay taste cup using Uji rough clay. Characterized by a darker color than a regular Hanshi. The carved string-like wire on the body allows it to be held without slipping.
Geppaku glaze that colors beautifully in the high temperature area of the climbing kiln. Geppaku glaze is made mainly of straw ash. The carved string-like wire on the body allows it to be held without slipping.
Pine ash glaze that develops beautifully in the high temperature areas of the climbing kiln. The carved string-like wire on the body allows it to be held without slipping.
Two-tone tea cup with Geppaku glaze and black glaze. Firing in the climbing kiln "Genyo". Perfect to drink Japanese tea..
”Hohin", an unhandled tea pot that has been inherited since the period of the eighth generation Chobei.
A small teapot with the handle of ASAHIYAKI.A teapot suitable for black tea or white tea. The number of farmers making black tea and white tea is increasing in Japan.
Produced by Azumaya, "Tea Tray", that is easy to use for enjoying tea on a table or tatami mat.
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.
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.