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Kuro Yōhen Nami Shumon Tea Set

Three-piece Japanese tea set

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Master Koie Hiroshi's artwork.

Master Koie, holder of Intangible Cultural Properties in Tokoname, blends traditional ceramic techniques with his own innovative style, and the result is unique, exquisite masterpieces. Master Koie's ceramics are highly appreciated, his artwork was even chosen to serve the Emperor and Empress themselves at an important cultural ceremony organized yearly in Tokoname.

The teapot and the cups are made of red clay. After the master finishes the bodies, he shapes the surfaces, making decorative waves and lines. He fires everything first in an oxidation chamber, then a second time in a reduction chamber, where the clay carbonizes and gives the surfaces a matte black patina. Finally the surface is scraped back a little, so the original color of the red clay can be seen through. This long, elaborate process makes this set especially of high standard.

Master Koie developed his own style in shaping the tea strainer as well, making it large and flat with tiny holes ensuring a fast and smooth pouring.

The tea set contains a teapot, one smaller and one larger teacup, a cotton tea cloth with the sigil of the artist and a paulownia box, signed and sealed by the artist.

The set is recommended for green teas, houjicha or genmaicha.

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Item code: TDS066

Maker: Reikō Kiln

Artisan: Koie Hiroshi

Origin: Tokoname, Aichi prefecture, Japan

Material: clay

Capacity: Teapot: 350 ml, Smaller tea cup: 120 ml, Larger tea cup: 150ml

Dimensions: Teapot: Φ 9.5 cm, H: 9 cm, Smaller tea cup: Φ 5.9 cm, H: 8 cm, Larger tea cup: Φ 6.5 cm, H: 8.6 cm, Wooden box: 17.5 x 22.5 cm, H: 12.5 cm

Unit price: / set

Quantity:

Limited stock: 4 piece(s) left

Cost:

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Handling precautions

Initiation:
Before first use, rinse the teapot with hot water, then let it dry completely!

Usage:
Avoid placing the teapot and the cups on hot surfaces, like stove, and never use them in microwave or oven.

Cleaning:
Tea stain is the natural part of a teapot's "maturing process", but if you prefer to avoid it, rinse the teapot well after every use, do not let the tea leaves sit in it for too long. It is better to avoid dishwashing liquid, but you can use gentle, organic soap to clean your pot and cups. Never use bleach!
Avoid using dishwasher or dryer!
To clean the teapot's built-in strainer, run water backwards from the spout, or use a toothbrush or toothpick.

Storage:
After use, always let the teapot dry completely, for if stored away while still wet, it might develop an unpleasant smell or mold.

Non-glazed ceramic teapots absorb scents and flavours, so only prepare one kind of tea in them (green tea, black tea, roasted tea, etc). The cups are glazed, so feel free to drink any kinds of teas from them.

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